Took the gang here last Wednesday, and I left feeling like one of the family. The owner, Tony (his real name is Andrew), treated us like old friends, and regaled us with stories about his life. The food? Unique, varied, different, delicious, and more than I could eat for three days--I know because I've been eating left overs for three days. Tony brought us a soup he made earlier in the day. A split pea and lentil concoction--thick enough to stand up a spoon--that I've been thinking about since. Although there weren't enough bowls (who knows why) he made do with coffee cups.
Cons: When I announced that our table needed cleaning, Tony gave it a quick once over with a bar towel, leaving most of previous goo on the table. I used some napkins and did the job myself.
Crazy place, good fun, great food. Give it a try.