went there on sunday night and the food was very good. they have this thing called sunday supper they offer on sunday nights where the chef does a 5 course tasting menu and there was some good food. first course was a deconstructed ceaser salad with anchovies. they made a gelee out of the romaine lettuce and powdered some olive oil and one of the best ceaser dressings i have ever had. second course was a ocean trout that still had the skin on it that was crispy a tamarind sauce and a guava puree and green mango slaw and bibb lettuce. good dish . third course was a real good dish. lamb that was roasted and sliced thin with radishes that were glazed and brussel sprout leaves(never had just the leaves before) also was a black olive puree and a pickled cherry sauce. i liked this course the best. fourth course was a venosin loin with cranberry sauce a single roasted beet, some kind of mushroom and a coconut foam. i think there was more stuff on there but i was pretty drunk by now. fifth course was dessert and the least creative dish of the night. beet sorbet with a walnut cake. overall good meal little disapointed with dessert however. the food seemed very diffrent then the regular menu and in a good way. it seems that they are trying to make the food a little more modern and foucsed.