We came with great expectations. Our party of four was promptly seated at one of the tables on the deck overlooking the creek (very nice). The positive is that the food was excellent. Very nice presentations and delicious. Some of the portions seemed a little small (monkfish had four pieces, but plenty surrounding it). The negative - the restaurant was busy, but hardly an excuse for the very disappointing service. We commented throughout the meal that the waiter seemed like he had too many tables and kept forgetting the basics (water, a drink order, "how is your meal"). More surprising was the sommelier who made a wine recommendation which was accepted and then promised that he would put in the order and let our waiter know. That did not happen. It took half way through the main course to finally get the glass.
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