This is Maricopa's version of fine dining, a step up from the multitude of fast food and pizza places that we have, but not a very big step up. We went for dinner on a Friday night to celebrate Father's day a little early. My father had the prime rib and I had a fish dish. Both came with a salad. The portions were decent and everything tasted almost as good as home cooking leftovers, nothing special. The fish was a little overcooked and kind of stringy and chewy, the "risotto" was really just previously cooked white rice with a lot of cheese mixed in. Prices were reasonable for the amount and quality of the food.
Despite a nearly empty restaurant, the service was pretty bad as none of the employees we encountered seemed happy to be there and they were not trying too hard to hide that fact. I overheard the server tell someone else about wine specials, but when I asked about what those were she said, "Oh, it's just our usual wine list," which she didn't bother to bring us even after I asked about that. She also audibly sighed every time she approached guests and seemed pained to be polite. I am usually a very laid back diner and generous tipper who leaves a minimum 20%, but I only left 10% this night.
I might go back here to try a salad or something easier since the views are so nice and there really are no other choices in Maricopa for real food. However, I think it's worth it to drive to Ahwatukee or Chandler where I can get more of a dining experience with quality food and enjoyable service.
I'm guessing lunch here would probably be better.
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