Be forewarned, however, if you don't like close spaces or sitting practically on top of people dining at the table next to you then Laut is not the place for you.
We got pretty cozy with the table to our left and even swapped desserts. Maybe it was the Ginger Martini, or the mojito, or maybe they put the tables that close on purpose to get people talking and sharing food—either way, I laughed until my sides ached and my belly was full.
What came out of the kitchen was flavorful, beautifully presented and downright delicious. The croissant-like crust was flaky yet crisp, while the meat inside was warm and tender. Next time I'll order two. Yes, it was that good.
The whole dish was so flavorful—especially the sauce. I ended up using the extra steamed buns like a sponge to lap up the excess.
I'm not sure if I'd visit Laut again, but it was definitely an adventure trying different flavors and seasonings from across the globe.