Texas’s first outpost of this upscale Canadian chain has landed, appropriately, in the Galleria. Casually elegant, the expansive space is open, airy, and full of greenery (think dining in a terrarium), and its international menu is a crowd pleaser. We started with zippy Korean fried cauliflower, glazed in sweet chile-miso paste, and a laudable house salad with bright greens, thin radish rounds, slivers of toasted almond, currants, and curls of feta cheese. We also enjoyed classic steak frites: seared sirloin crowned with melting coins of garlic butter and plated with arugula and the requisite crispy fries. Seafood tacos were nicely presented; corn tortillas came filled with well-seasoned batter-fried cod and shrimp and topped with crunchy lettuce and guacamole. Of note, the servers are exceedingly polite, and with no reservations, we enjoyed just a short wait, assisted by complimentary bubbles. Nice touch.