I came here because it looked like a charming place, and it had received some good reviews. Unfortunately, I left without being particularly satisfied. The host was certainly friendly enough, and judging from the entrance of other diners, there seemed to be many happy regulars.
As for myself, I found the atmosphere cute, although for a quiet evening, being on Lexington Avenue may not be the best idea. The food was standard, and not amazing. As for the service, the staff is friendly, but my water glass was refilled only once, and then left empty for 45 minutes, and not refilled again. The place wasn't crowded, so I really can't understand this. As I looked at some of the regulars having a good time, I did consider giving this place a second chance; however, with so many wonderful restaurants in New York City, it is just not worth it.