Went the The Wharf for a romantic dinner and found it be be very average. The service was ok but my main gripe is with the food. The local oysters came with juiceless lemon and an odd salsa that was in no way complementary. The mains, both consisting for fish were good but didn't seem too fresh and were a little overcooked but the real nail in the coffin was the dessert. I ordered the affogato and was brought a tablespoon or less of ice cream and burnt coffee which when poured over created an inedible mess. My partner was disappointed with his dessert also, not just the flavour but the portion. The worst part of this experience however was when we went to pay we were asked how are meals where. I said very politely that it was good but there were a couple of disappointments. Hearing this the manager came over and asked what our problem was, reasonably aggressively. He then went on to lecture me about how it was my responsibility to let staff know during the meal what the issue is and not at the end. After this lecture I asked if we could just pay as I wanted to leave and the desserts were removed from the bill but I would not return due to the quality of food for the price and the managers aggressive/hostile behaviour.
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