Peony: This restaurant was hidden in a residential area next to an auto shop. There is something about this restaurant that reminds me of Girl and the Goat. In my opinion, the food tastes better than the food from Girl and the Goat. I like how juicy and tender the prawns were. Also, the pineapple and octopus combination worked really well. I didn’t notice the use of strong or bright spices. I didn’t notice as much Asian influence in the dishes here as at Girl and the Goat. This food here may be too light-flavored if you are looking for a big, bold taste profile.
Warrior: I didn’t think highly of this restaurant. The food is fine if you’re in the neighborhood. Ordinarily, I might be a little more gracious. But I am in a foul mood. I wanted the cheese plate for dessert and was told, without forewarning, that “the kitchen is closed.” It’s been a long time since I’ve heard this phrase, probably in a bar or bowling alley. Mind you, it was 8:15 p.m., not midnight, when we attempted to make our tardy order. I disagree with Peony that this restaurant is better than Girl and the Goat. I wasn’t fond of that restaurant either, but I thought it was better.