Food and service here were decent though the mahi was somewhat overcooked and the bill "impossible to understand" (in the words of our waiter). The bill obscurity may be intentional since the amazon local deal I purchased had no resemblance to what we were offered.. Instead of having appetizer, entree and dessert choices up to the advertised prices on the dinner menu, you are given a limited "$49 deal menu" with a very limited range of choices. ANY change costs you $5 per person per course so that, for example, you are charged $5 extra to replace the chocolate pudding with the bread pudding that is $7 on the menu. How can this be, you might ask, since the deals advertise the shared dessert as a "up to $7 value"? The question should be addressed to California's Consumer Protection Bureau, in a class action suit brought by everyone who bought this deal at amazon local, groupon, and any other of the so-called deal sites used by this restaurant.
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