I liked but didn't love Olmsted.
Mostly it was a service issue. The smaller dishes came out very slowly. There was a 20 minute gap between our chawanmushi and carrot crepe being served, which was surprising as the restaurant wasn't packed. Then the Thai-style scallops (with papaya salad) and the guinea fowl were served at the same time, which seemed strange as they weren't at all complementary and our server had made a point of saying the dishes would come out individually from the kitchen.
The only weak dish was the guinea fowl. The breast meat was verging on cold and the vivid green stuffing lacked flavor.
The grilled scallops were truly beautifully cooked and of very good quality. The carrot crepe and crawfish crackers were also excellent.
When was it not busy? Yeh, i didn't like that guinea fowl either.