Two years ago, I tried to have dinner at this place without a reservation and I was turned down. It was really crowded.
So, this time, with a party of 4 on a Friday evening, I made a reservation and was surprised to see it was only half full.
My first concern was to see these premises, looking like a Diner's. We were seated in a booth, with a wood table which did not have even a paper tablecloth. Staff members were cleaning the floor around patrons.
Our waitress was no help at all with regard to the menu. When asked where the Georges Bank scallops are from, she answered "Atlantic, or maybe Pacific, I'm not sure"
The wine list is poor, at best.
Now what about our plates content?
- Ceviche @ $10.29. It was OK but nothing special.
- Kung Pao Calamar @ $11.29: tasty, well fried. Good.
- Mussels @ $9.79: very small in their shelves showing overcooking, but tasty and good.
- Georges Bank Scallops @ $24.99: good, but poorly presented.
- Snapper and Grouper @ over $24 each: good fish but again bulk presentation in our plates.
Overall I left over $200 at this place, for what happened to be a kind of Diner's experience.
Needless to say, first time, last time.
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