We had dinner here on our last night and the experience was mixed. I picked this place because I wanted to try it and also because it was close to Tartine and we could pick our bread up. We were there for the first seating and the place was almost packed right away. I started with asparagus, crushed avocado, black olive and chicory root and it was a very fresh starter and reminded me of the spring dishes that we had in Paris last year. My husband tried the crushed pea agnolotti with artichoke and my favorite part was the artichoke. I have had better agnolotti before. My brother didn’t care much for his slow cooked egg with peas and mint bread pudding. Two of us ordered the pork shoulder and my husband had the rainbow trout. My pork shoulder was mostly fat, but my brother’s looked much better. The server never showed up until we were finished with our main courses. When he asked me how I liked the pork shoulder, he was surprised with my answer. The rainbow trout was fine. We shared a strawberry dessert with basil and we got strawberry sorbet on the house. It was a nice gesture. I wish I have gotten The better part of the pork shoulder not the end, dry pieces. Service was cold, except for the helpful hostess.