Casual dinner with two friends - decided to try this place since had heard about it. Located in very small but very clean public market food court - ABC puts tablecloth and proper cutlery on the tables they serve. Brought own bottle of wine - byob all good.
Appetizers: Salad - fresh arugula - good dressing ratio and well tossed Deep fried soft Shell Crab - Not bad - a tad oily but tasty Spaghetti Carbonara - Really well done and especially considering it was only $60 - pasta al dente - sauce, ham, everything well cooked and put together
Mains: Roasted Suckling Pig - ok - portion a little small, skin crispy, meat fell off the bone - ticked the boxes White Asparagus with Parma Ham and Poached Egg - more about the ingredients than cooking skill, but was a good combination and tasty, and chef did the right thing but not trying too hard Seafood Paella - Served on the skillet, generous with the seafood (two large shrimps plus mussels and clams), little light on the rice, was alright, but not my intepretation of good paella
Dessert: Chocolate Mousse: rich good Souffle - Not bad at all, fluffy, lemon twang
Overall: The menu is limited (about 6-7 choices each for appetizer and main). Wouldn't necessary make a trip out for this, but it is byob and not a bad place to eat fairly well for little with a small group of people and take your time with it. For the money that they charge you, this is pretty good fare. Would come again - though it is in a public market, it wasn't too noisy. This is no high end place so if you're judging it for that then you're mistaken, but for good food, good value and being laid back - it's a good choice.