I echo the sentiments of a prior reviewer who called for a the hotel to engage a new chef. It's a beautiful facility and for the most part the service is good. (Not great, but good.) However the food was, not necessarily bad, but wrong. My wife and I share a house salad, I had the in house ground meat mix burger and my wife the Margherita pizza. The salad was great; the vinaigrette in particular was very good, but the burger and the pizza were not. The burger tasted of propane, and I believe this in part due to the very low fat content of the meat. With no fat, it really becomes a ground steak and need to be grilled differently. The Margherita pizza had garlic? (As well as basil and was made with beefsteak tomatoes.) While I don't expect it to be the same quality as in Naples, I do expect that of you're going to call it "Margherita pizza" you would prepare it in the same way. (there are, by Italian law, only 5 ingredients in Margherita pizza: roma tomatoes, 00 flour, 0 flour, fresh mozzarella and olive oil.) Otherwise you should call it 'Our version of a...' A culinary graduate or experienced chef would know that.
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