Went here with my mom for lunch today. The place seemed to have promise, but it ended up being a horrible experience.
Food: We both had the set lunch meal which included a soup, an entrée, and a dessert. The soup was an Asian-style mushroom soup which was actually pretty good. The soup base was light and flavourful, though the mushroom meatballs in it were lacking in taste. For the entrée, we had the pesto linguine with shrimp and the seafood risotto. Both were decent dishes. The pesto linguine came with 5 jumbo shrimp, but the risotto needed more seasoning. And for desert, we had chocolate mousse. It comes in a small cup, but packs a ton of chocolatey (is that a word?) taste. The only drawback to the dish was that the mousse had an unfortunate rough texture to it.
So why does all of this warrant only two stars? It's because both my mom and I have been struggling with diarrhea all day ever since eating here. We're not too sure which dish is the cause of all our problems (we split the entrées with each other), but we are sure that it was something from this restaurant; neither of us ate anything for breakfast, and neither of us ate anything before the tummy problems started. It's unfortunate because I enjoyed my experience at Starry Night, just not the after-effect.
Service: The service seemed pretty good to me. Though the waitress never came around to ask us how the meal was, she seemed attentive and prompt.
Value: Including tax and tip, the meal came out to just over 20 dollars per person. It was a lot pricier than I expected. And given that we got food poisoning from the meal, I think it warrants the lonely one star.
Ambiance: The place looks awesome on the inside. The walls are nice and have a layered stone/brick look (I'm not a designer so I don't know what else to call it). The tables are tiled and elegant.
Conclusion: Can't ignore the food poisoning - diners be warned! But food poisoning aside, I feel that this place is still quite pricey. Won't be returning anytime soon.