For all the opening hype there seems not a great deal of "provedore" about Albert Street yet, but it does have an interesting wine side of things, all of which is available in the restaurant. And the restaurant, in an old bank building, is smart and comfortable even down the banquettes (no mean or common feat that), although busy times can make table spacing a bit squishy. The front hosts bar-high tables while the rear is more comfortable restaurant seating. Food has a definite modern European leaning with fine produce a strong feature, and controlled creativity resulting in an interesting menu that is unlikely to stumble often. Most of this is very lovely fare you'd be happy to re-visit often. Sweets don't always shine as you might expect with the chef's background, history and hype, but they are certainly worth dabbling in, while savoury dishes perform better than you'd hope for.
WINE: As you would expect from a wine retailer, the list is extensive, interesting, and decently priced.