Our experience here started off awkwardly, as the hostess inexplicably directed us (four adults and 2 month old in a car seat) to a table set for two. When we rejected that option, she promptly set us up at an adjacent table that had enough space to accommodate us. Our server arrived shortly thereafter, with a scowl on her face. The scowl reflected her general attitude - not one smile or pleasant tone of voice escaped during our entire meal.
Of our four entrees, only the prime rib arrived without issues. It was excellent. Veggie burger was ordered with portobello and boursin - a $4 extra. The burger was good, but came without the cheese. It took many minutes to get the attention of the waitress, who advised getting the boursin on a separate plate, as we would be charged for it. The 1.5 pounds of ribs arrived at full weight, but only the top rack was edible. The other two were burnt, dry and too tough to eat. After the waitress response about the cheese, we decided not to ask for edible ribs. Last entree was the shepherd's pie crepe. It's an interesting concept, but the execution was weak. The crepe was soggy/mushy; there were just 8 kernels of corn.
Food and services issues resulted in a one star rating. By consensus, however, the house fries were so good that we added an additional star.
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