Went last night, they had live music which was cool. What wasn't cool is the panhandling by the musicians for tips after they finished their set, if I want to throw some money in your tip jar, I will, but please don't ask me for money when I came for a nice night out.
Our party arrived a little scattered, but once everyone got there we got the water right away and didn't see the server for 15 minutes after that. There were two servers, a couple bartenders, and a host/busser for this 50 seat restaurant, not great staff:customer ratio, but ok.
Menu is alittle weird, high end stuff alongside onion rings and chicken strips...ok? So we order our dinner and drinks, we get our drinks then we wait... and wait... and wait, until it's been at least 20 minutes since we've seen ANY food come out of the kitchen. Two of our party are chefs and even they agree its been too long. Finally, one goes to see what's going on and we get a "sorry, there's only one person in the kitchen tonight". Great, except we are the last table that hasn't eaten and haven't seen any food come out of the kitchen for at least 20 minutes, not acceptable. Oh, and did I mention that probably a half the restaurant was eating when we arrived or shortly after that?
So the food arrives and all but one order a variation of chicken. My husband has the mushroom chicken and I have the chicken parm. Both are dry. Mine is black around the edges, but the plate is swimming in oil. Husband's rice is plain jasmine... no flavor at all. It cost us $60 for three drinks and two entrees.
Ambiance is very cool. I'd just go for drinks. I gave it a two for value given the entertainment and ambiance., otherwise make it a one.