It's always a hit or miss at Think Bistro or at any of the other locations own by the operator. Some of them have closed or have been sold, I understand. Our experience started nicely, we did not have a reservation and they accommodate us quickly. The server who greeted us was pleasant and smiled a lot. We like that. We sat at a 2 top and although I enjoyed the closeness and the cozy feeling, I found it hard to converse without everyone being able to hear what you are saying. The tables are crowded with too much stuff for the size of the table. The service was decent with a cheap version of what fine dining would be, the wine list was varied with a little bit of everything, but the wines by the glass were expensive. Our food was good but not memorable, the portions are small for the price. Nothing really bad about the whole experience but nothing great, that I would make it a regular place to visit.
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