When it first opened it was hopping. A crazy amount of staff obviously hired based on looks - but who's complaining ;')
We had some really good service from experienced staff that had been brought in from other locations to get the newbies trained, they said that. Clearly they have left now. We had to explain to one waiter how to work the cork screw, it looked like he had never done it before - he said he had been there a month.
I really don't like this kind of food. Everything I order is full of sugar. Even a shrimp dish was covered in a very sweet sauce. I don't want to get fat.
I didn't think as much of the bar tending skills in more recent visits.
I have to admit the building is very nice, with great sunset and mountain views if you can block out the freeway, this place must have cost a mint to build, you will sense that when the bill comes. Prices reflect the surroundings not the food quality. I guess it is okay as a treat for younger people and those easily dazzled by architecture. I think we have had our last meal there now.
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