So... a group of us friends went for a casual night out to catch up and celebrate a birthday, I'd heard this was a funky little place so I wanted to check it out. From the website it looked hip and popping, and different from the usual laid-back Vancouver fare so I was excited to experience it. Well... though the ambiance is very cool with the blue walls and funky lighting & decor... there was no live music our night and the restaurant was basically empty, with only a few other tables gathered, and coming in and out for salads, drinks, or dessert. Our waitress seemed confused, and at first I thought it was because we were taking too long to decide and I felt bad for her, but then when we finally started making our orders, she would make strange faces and seemed pretty flakey. I'm sure she's nice enough, it was just weird. I actually asked her if what I'd ordered was okay, as from her expression you would have thought there was something wrong with it. We ordered 4 plates to share between the 4 of us, and asked her how big the portions were to see if we needed a 5th - I didn't even think it would be an issue - but she made it sound alright and told us to wait and see, so we did. Well the food came, and everything was TINY! 5 Prawns for $10? A palmful of ceviche for $9, two half skewers of sirloin for $10, and maybe 10-15 mussels for $9 - for 4 girls, that's not dinner. Everything tasted good enough, it's just that's about all each of us had - a taste. So when she came back, we asked her what the biggest most filling plate was on the menu, and we got that. 30 minutes later, she came out with a little bowl of what looked like chili, with 3 tiny tortillas on the side, and then brought in an extra separately, to round it out. I was really annoyed. I don't know if she was trying to give us one of the most expensive things on the menu, or if that's honestly the largest plate, but if it were me and I knew my customers were looking for something more substantial, I'd warn them it's still not what they're looking for, to avoid disappointment. All in all, not bad food, and we really didn't spend all that much, but I've never eaten someplace with portions so tiny, and left hungry. I hope at least it's a good night out when there's live music. And I know we're not supposed to compare, but there's a mexican place on Robson who's burritos are the size of my arm, for the price we paid for 5 shrimp. This is more of an appetizer/tapas place, don't go for a filling meal.