I saw there were a bunch of restaurants in the area, so I decided to pick on the spot based on how it looked and if it was busy. There were far fewer places than it looks on the map. Unfortunately I ended up in this place.The owner spent all his money on the decor and none on the chefs. The food can generously be described as a cafeteria-grade. My dinner there was punctuated with an Italian complaining loudly that instead of tomato sauce, his fish was cooked in ketchup. Hey I though Italians can be picky about their food. It can't be THAT bad. Well, the "Asparagus and Mushrooms" dish I ordered was missing the asparagus and came with bock-Choi instead. Not a big deal if in fact it tasted well. Don't wait for a good ending... I am having some tummy issues as I type this.
If the owner of this fine establishment reads this: Do you intentionally want to run a bad restaurant? You have a great location, great-looking decor, about 4 servers per customers (provided they are not sure what they are doing) all you need to do is get a better chef. I know you can afford it, you pay way too much for people to pour me my drinks and put rice from one of MY plates to put back in one of my OTHER MY plates. Just fire half of your waiters and you can get the best chef in town.
On the other hand, what are the chances of that!
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