First visit a couple of weeks ago, so my recollection won't be detailed . It's a small place with plenty of street parking in their residential location.
We ordered two apps, salad, two mains, and dessert, cocktails.
We started with their chickpea socca and fritters. I'd never had socca before and enjoyed their rolled, crepe-like pancake with a wonderful crispy edge and surface. The fritters were tasty served with creme fraiche.
My three bite crab salad was delicious, with good balance of tangy and sweet.
My dining guest ordered the milk braised ground pork sugo. I didn't get a taste but he said it was good. My three small ribs of coffee cured lamb were perfectly prepared to medium rare.
For dessert we had a delicate and delicious orange tart and their popular smoked almond, salted caramel, chocolate chip cookie. My taste buds could only detect barely a hint of smoke from the almonds and salted caramel and overall a nice cookie.
My impression of this visit is that everything was prepared well and as it should be prepared. Service was very good, from service refolding my napkin when I briefly left the table to changing out plates during courses.
However, it's pricey considering the dainty portions of each course. Therefore, it will be a special occasion place for me.