I loved this place. It is truly different than other restaurants in Chicago which is great. It just opened on Saturday so there is certainly some understanding going in that it is a work in progress but personally, I didn't see any issues with the food or service.
I am going to try and remember what we ordered because it was a lot. Every dish was great, there were no misses. Steak on lava rock, skirt steak, chicken soup, king crab, lobster tail, shitake, peppers, romaine, sliders, big eye tuna, chicken thigh, fried chicken, tea duck, apple pie, doughnuts.
I think I may have missed a few dishes but everything we ordered was great. The place is small, a mix of Avec meets Arami (but this isn't a sushi place). We sat at the bar which I would highly recommend. They make the food in front of you like a sushi bar. It was recommended to get 4-5 cold / hot dishes to split for the 4 of us and then 5 robata dishes per person.
We also checked out the bar downstairs. It is very small, seats about 12 people and geared towards groups of 2. It is hard to sit down as a group of 4. Craft cocktails so it takes a while to get a drink but they were worth it. A favorite was the bourbon drink with a hand carved ice cube.
Overall - I would say keep in mind that it JUST opened and keep in mind that the place is small and a different format that other Chicago restaurants but I think this is a great addition to the city.