Visited this place with a coworker today for lunch, and enjoyed it.
The space is kinda spare and chic, but not to an outrageous degree. The attached lounge actually looks like a quite comfortable place to enjoy a post-work cocktail.
They were very accomodating about letting us do some mixing and matching among the 3-course meals listed on the lunch menu. I thought that the salmon tartare and the ground beef keftah were outstanding. The duck crepes were good, but not remarkable. The creme brulee was very near my local CB standard-bearer, Etta's.
Service was a bit balky, but still earnest and pleasant.
They'll see me again.