We went at 8:30 pm and it was surprisingly busy, but with the hot weather and that large patio area I can see why people would flock here.
I never ate at the Fiasco's place that was formerly at this new Bayswater location, so I don't know what all they changed. This new location is not as "funky" as their old spot, but it is a pleasant mix of old and new. Maybe a couple more pieces of artwork will make it sing.
Our server seemed a bit addled, and indeed all the staff had a look of exhaustion, which might be due to the heat. Our waiter was polite and seemed to be doing his best. Our drinks and bread took an eternity, but they were tasty.
I had the grilled wild salmon ($22) which was completely delightful. The table next to us was discussing their entrees as not being that special, so I had started to worry, but then I was very happy with my meal. I had not read the menu very carefully before I ordered, so I was mystified by the purple dollop on my salmon - i.e. what is it? I spread it around a bit on the salmon and it was all good. I think it was just herbed butter. The salmon was perfect, as were the grilled asparagus. I even ate all of the salad, which was a surprising mix of greens like I have never seen. I ate flower buds and leaves I didn't know would taste so good.
In all it was very exotic and fresh. For an organic restaurant, I was surprised they did not skimp on the oil and the salt. A dieter may have been dismayed by the oily dressing, but I was not!
Two thumbs up. I expect the service will get better as they get used to the new space.