It's fairly low key--and I kind of like that. The table is made out of reclaimed wood--there's a minimalist decor about it that makes you zone in on the food.
J and I started off with an order of fries.
These fries were perfect--hand cut, fried to a perfect shade of golden brown, but not too overcooked. They were served in a tin can with a side of ketchup and aioli. Simply amazing.
J ordered the mac and cheese and a side of cod fritters. The cod fritters were okay. To be honest, I'm not entirely sure of what would make a great cod fritter. They were cooked well and the sauce that accompanied it was great--I think it was the texture that just threw me off.
The mac and cheese was ridic though. While it's a starter size, it's large enough for an entire meal. Served in its own cast iron skillet, it's comes to your table bubbly and piping hot. I like it because it's equal parts gooey and not too heavy on the breadcrumb crust.
I had the duck confit--which fancy for "duck leg cooked in its own fatty deliciousness". The duck was cooked perfectly--nice and moist. The skin was crispy (which is another amazing part of duck)--I didn't really care for the beans and the seasoning was a bit salty, but overall, it was a pretty spectacular dish.