Pretty amazing, particularly considering that they have only been open three weeks! We were served 23 perfectly sized, paced and plated courses ranging from the dragon's breath (a hoot) to the sublime tournedos Rossini 2009 (kobe beef wrapped in fois gras) and from the simple sweet potato chips to the molecular nitro gazpacho. The service was friendly and professional and the space was as elegant as Bazaar is wild.
The wine flights are not paired, but fit the meal well. All and all, a real delight and certainly one of the best tasting meals I have had (and I've had some good ones). The price - $120 pp plus $40-45 for wine - was very reasonable considering the quality and complexity of the meal.
They have already had one menu rotation (in three weeks), so it probably won't get boring, either.