I had dinner here with my extended family, a party of 7, ranging in age from 7 to 70. No two people had the same entree. I had the lamb shank on a bed of cassoulet.
The lamb was done beautifully and the tastes were excellent. The others had everything from soup to fish and we all shared 2 orders of corn cakes. Everyone said they were satisfied with the food. Almost everyone had an order from the bar and said their mixed drinks and the wine were very good.
The service, up to the time of delivering the check, was very prompt and attentive. But once the check was dropped, it took forever to get the waitress back to close the account.
This is not an inexpensive place. Dinner was $250 (including an 18% service charge placed on the bill; something that really pisses me off) If I had been left to figure out my own tip, the waitress may have gotten more. The mandatory service charge is what kept me from giving this a 5 star rating.
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