When you enter the restaurant, you have to walk past the dining area to the back of the building where the kitchen and ordering counter is located. The full menu is located almost floor to ceiling along the entire back wall, so you can stand there next to the patrons sitting in front of it, to decide what you'd like to order. Then you turn to the left and approach the counter.
The kitchen area behind the counter looked quite industrial and maybe more like a warehouse than a kitchen. At least that was my impression. The dining area was clean and the walls were nicely painted, but it didn't feel "put together".
The young man behind the counter was enthusiastic and nice. We placed our orders for Pasta Ala Carte, choosing fettucine noodles and the mushroom alfredo sauce. The pasta was $7.99 and included a side salad and bread in the price. Apparently you could also order it without the side salad and bread for $5.99, but that wasn't really clear from the big menu on the back wall.
After paying for our lunch, the cashier gave us a number to put on our table so that he could bring out the food when it was ready.