Owner and operator JP Teresi, the former general manager at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas, promised a restaurant with a "culinary theater in the round" setting, where guests were promised "you're going to see the chef. Meet the chef. Interact with the chef."
The 9,000-square-foot space features a menu of "28 appetizers, the biggest selection of its kind in Las Vegas," with a menu featuring "seafood influences from the South Pacific, Vietnamese, Chinese, Australian, Polynesian. And underneath it all, a strong French influence."
Ogden, previously with Munchbar and his father’s Bradley Ogden at Caesars Palace, tells Vegas Seven that he "spent a large amount of money to move himself and his team to Las Vegas for the project, in the hopes of making a go of the place."
Ogden characterized the departure as differences in "style of management" but promises a "new local project shortly."