Given the proximity, and based on the headline "fine dining/former Four Seasons chef", I suggested to my friend that it sounds like a good bet, notwithstanding that a cursory glance at the menu suggests that items are pricey for the location. Yes, location does play a part in justifying menu prices, and this is no Yaletown/False Creek. It's next to a fish and chips place and Save-On in a suburbian strip mall, with pedestrian traffic peering in on you if you are seated along the windows.
We ordered the Pad Thai and Green Curry with beef. The Pad Thai, at $14.99 for noodles and about half a dozen of shrimps, though tasty, was not outstanding and does not deserve to command such a steep price. For a chef trained at an upscale establishment, I would not have expected the noodles to come unadorned, in an oval shaped bowl. That's how one would serve it while standing and eating over the kitchen sink, not at a 'fine dining' restaurant.
The Green Curry, again, although tasty, was too skimpy in portion(few strips of beef swimming in the curry) to command a price of $16.99!
The wine selection by the glass only offered Piat D'or, while the bottle selections were more agreeable to us. We didn't want to order a whole bottle, but wanted some wine with our food, so that was restrictive. The bill came to $50+ and we left somewhat still hungry! This would go in the 'been there, done that' bin.