I've gone to this restaurant a few times (mostly due to it's proximity to other activities,) and while the service has always been excellent, the food has always been lacking (especially for the price.) I've tried several menu items, because I'd like to find something good to go with my beer for the night (of which they have a decent selection,) but I haven't found it. As for price, pretty much everything is about 10-20% higher than should be expected for the quality. Foods and problems to follow:
Burger (soon after restaurant's opening): Dry and overcooked. Appreciated the beer more for its lubricating effect than taste.
Chicken Panini: Decent, but pre-grilled chicken breast strips were a little off-putting.
French Onion soup (on special): Utilized outer onion layer sheets for the soup. Cheap way to make it, and spoiled an otherwise decent broth. Expensive for the quantity.
Asparagus and Alfredo Pasta (also a special): Good concept, poor execution. Sauce was serviceable, but no asparagus tips in food, just stalks (again, a cheap way to make the dish, buying no-tip stalks from food service.) Once again, chicken "strips" were not cut from a whole breast. Roll provided was laughable; cold, dry and with no butter provided to make it palatable.
Whoever stated that they made things from scratch was mistaken. Many of these dishes are food service staples that are poorly executed. Sadly, the management really knows how to handle hospitality, they just need someone in the kitchen that knows food.
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