Wanted to love it and had been looking forward to trying it, but won't go back. Their hamburgers are humongous (1/4 lb) and more than I can eat. I asked if they had a smaller burger or a child's burger, but I was interrupted with derisive laughter and told that I could not have a child's burger... they wouldn't do that. It's only a $4 difference and I wouldn't mind paying regular price for the smaller burger like I have at other places, but they refused. Unfortunately they only use soybean oil and I'm allergic to it so the only side dish I could eat was a dry salad with some vinegar added. That's not edible so I declined a side. My daughter had the tilapia with potatoes and said it was delicious. Just as we received our dessert the owner asked us to move and let another party have our table, but he worded it oddly so we didn't know what he was asking at first, "Would you mind moving to that other table for a bit. We have a party of 4 that would like to sit here." I thought, what?... just for a bit, then what?...why move us at all? We didn't know what to say so he exasperatedly added, "Well you can say no." So I told him we'd be done shortly and they could have it then. He said nothing else... just turned and walked away. It dawned on us that he had wanted us to move... permanently...and take all of our things to one of the smaller tables to finish our meal instead of seating the other party at two smaller tables to look at menus while we finished our dessert...then they could moved to our table before any of their dishes arrived. We wouldn't have moved to the other table anyway since it was beside some restless toddlers that the mom was having trouble controlling. When we got the bill there was no adjustment for not being able to provide a side dish that didn't contain soy, but after the reaction over asking for a smaller burger I really wasn't too surprised. Or maybe they were aggravated that we wouldn't move mid-meal. Don't know, didn't ask. Who asks patrons to move all of their dishes, drinks, coats, and purses to another table just so they can give the table to someone else? Who does that? That's pretty rude and inconsiderate on its own, but add the rude refusal for a smaller burger and charging full price when there were no suitable side dishes to that and we won't go back to Restaurant X. I'd rather spend that $60 at a restaurant where we're treated with courtesy.