I went in for the first time on Tuesday, and went back on Wednesday. Decor is apparently mostly unchanged since the space was the Bagg Taverne (which I never set foot in), but I like the warmth, lots of red and wood. Most of the food (soups, salads, sandwiches) is prepared at La Montée de Lait apparently and brought over in the morning, the pastries looked like they were from Boulangerie Guillaume next door, but I didn't ask. The salad I had was good and my friend enjoyed his sandwich, but the presentation of both was honestly a let down: you take food from the fridge whether it's for take out or eat-in... that's nice but I'd kinda like a plate with my sandwich.
They've got a small wine list and will apparently be adding to it, some bottled beer available and two on tap (right now Trois Mousquetaires and Brasseurs de Montréal Anglaise, but I was told they're getting in something from Dieu du Ciel soon as well)
The area of excellence:
Tea from Camillia Sinensis, which I didn't try but that I don't doubt is well prepared given the setup and attention to detail to the coffee, which is from 49th Parallel. I had a very nice, balanced, well extracted shot of Epic. They'll be doing single origins by the cup, but hadn't received their bulk grinder yet when I was in.