We had brunch here for the second time. We got there around opening time and it looked like they were not ready for business yet. It took a while to get napkins and silverwares and we watched them folding napkins in the back. We already knew the portions were small so we got three dishes to share. Our waitress suggested the Burrata with Persimmon and it was so delicious. The Burrata was the best I have tasted in a long time and the Persimmons were sweet and luscious. I had to ask her where they got the Burrata. Funny enough it was The Di Stefano Burrata that I have purchased from a cheese shop before and they even sell it at Whole Foods; But somehow it tasted much better here. our second dish was a very flavorful Sprouted Broccoli with Toasted Bread Crumbs and Egg. It had a lot of delicious spices. The toasted Bread Crumbs gave it a nice crunchiness and the egg added a little protein. Our last dish was Meatballs with Polenta and Greens. It was a great dish. The meatballs were cooked perfectly and had a nice flavor from all the spices they used. The Polenta was very creamy and the greens rounded out the dish. At some point one of the kitchen staff told me they don’t want any photography in the restaurants. That is odd since reviews with pictures had help me to go to many restaurants before. So basically it is a free PR for them. As much as we enjoy their food and considering the small portions and high prices, if I can’t take a picture of my food we won’t be returning here that often.