This restaurant successfully models itself to have the air of a European cafe. There are only about 10-15 entrees to choose from but all sounded intriguing and worth a try. The salmon tartar sandwich was a bit on on the bland side but the curry was a lovely combination of traditional Indian style curry and the Japanese curry rice. It was surprisingly served with brown, as opposed to white, rice. The selection of desserts was a bit daring, with such things as "banana gratin". The monkey bread was served hot and was sweet and nica aside from the fact that it was lacking a bit a spice, some cinnamon would have done it well. Overall this was an excellent restaurant to which I most certainly will be returning. Tables are small, so I wouldn't recommend this for a crowd.