This is a medium sized place with the main dining room feeling like an enclosed porch and affording street views. It was fairly empty the day we went but we did arrive when they first opened. They played a funky mix of music on a short loop that it didn’t take long to hear any song again, which were from a variety of places – German, English, Portuguese, etc. They offer an a la carte menu but also have the option of “Chef’s choice” and you just pick how many courses you want. We chose the 7 course option. Overall it was pretty food, but not memorable. I loved the Chef’s Choice option for a menu and it did allow chef to serve the freshest options but it was diminished by cold service. For example after giving us menus they brought cheese, olives, bread and croquettes but didn’t mention whether this was a “you eat it you buy it” option, as all were listed for a price on the menu, or included in the tasting menu. When asked there was no response from the waiter. Again, when we asked what “game” was in the burger the response was “game”. Service isn’t everything but it sure can change your overall impression of a place.