What should have been a nice dining experience was not. It started off with our reservation being lost even though they had called me at home the day before to set it up. It was down hill from there. They need a bartender who can mix and pour drinks in a reasonable amount of time. We waited 10-15 minutes each time we ordered a drink. Once receiving two apologies for the delay and still waited . We ordered the Korean Pork ,which was very good, and the roasted bone marrow. You needed a magnifying glass to find the marrow , a good kitchen would not have sent out such a measly portion. On to the star of the evening, Ono Katsuwa, a Burmese coconut-chicken soup which was excellent but it should have been served hotter. My steak frites was served medium rare as requested but was about 1/4 inch thick and the port/mushroom sauce was scant and gloppy. The sautéed spinach and frites were cold. My companion ordered the game hen. It was raw near the bones. When brought to the waiter's attention he claimed that there was often a vein in the hen that made it look like that. When we pointed out the rawness again he got a manager. The manager examined the hen closely and said he'd check with the chef but perhaps it was water! He finally took the hen to the chef and it was removed from our bill. What ever happened to,"Oh, I'm sorry can we fix that for you?" I do not expect to have to argue with staff over raw fowl. The ambiance is lovely and the food has potential but someone better grab control over the details that make a restaurant function.
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