Food: My dining compadre and I both had 3 courses each - tuna carpaccio was wonderful but the real star was the dungeness crab dumplings that came in an exquisite broth that I couldn't stop eating! I then had the roasted salmon while my partner had the beef strip loin. It was the best roasted salmon I've ever had but I question the rest of the plate which consisted of plain-tasting garbanzo peas, indian pakoras (I was confused by this but they call it fritters), barely edible endive salad and this oddly spiced creme fraiche that I was not at all impressed with. The striploin was delicious as well but again, the sides were a bit bland and the plate lacked color. To end the night, I had the bittersweet chocolate bar which was divine and my partner had the vanilla bean creme brulee which he thought was quite good. Extensive wine list.
Service: Everyone was very friendly and attentive but not too much so. I would say this was the best service I've had in a very long time, especially from a fine dining establishment as there tends to be some snobby attitude but thankfully, this place was devoid of the attitude. Nothing but warmth and attention here!
Value: Definitely on the more pricey side but it is also organic and locally sourced food so it makes sense it is a little more expensive.
Ambiance: Great aborginal artwork on the walls but it is also very bare - bleak white walls. The seats were terribly uncomfortable, especially when we wanted to have a complete meal. Very lovely floral arrangements all around the entire restaurant, with each table having a different bouquet. I would recommend this place for a romantic outing. Bathrooms are clean.
Overall, I would recommend this restaurant to all who wish to have a lovely dining experience with organic food and great service. Make sure to bring an extra thick wallet as it is definitely going to take a heavy hit!