We had an enjoyable experience here. It's an interesting place. It's located inside a former cotton factory. There's plenty of exposed brick and stone so it has a rather industrial vibe. It's kind of hidden on a side street and we did get lost trying to find it.
The waitress was very good. She was very helpful in selecting gluten-free options for us which we need for medical reasons. She was very attentive without being a nuisance.
The menu had many interesting choices and the food did not disappoint.
Due to the décor, it was rather noisy on a crowded Friday night. They don't take reservations which could be difficult on busy weekends.
Overall, we recommend this restaurant.