My wife and I went there on the last afternoon of our visit to family living nearby. It was meant to be a lovely way to part company for a long time to come.
On arrival, we were forced to hand over the car for valet parking although we were right in the carpark ! We had booked what they call a Cabana, . . in effect an outside table with an awning. On this deck were a range of overhead gas heaters pouring out heat on a very warm and sunny day. I asked to have the one near us turned off, and was informed that some dining ladies wanted the extra heat. Our waiter addressed us with the longest patronising intro we have ever heard. . .We ordered lobster Caesar salad after a plate of fried squid. . .this was SO greasy that our mouths were coated with grease and we could not taste the rest of the meal. The 'so-called caesar salad was a lobster salad. . no chicken, and very little lobster and we left much of it. . .the wines were eye-wateringly expensive and the range bore little relation to the choice of dishes. The Italian owner obviously loves catering for those who think that anything with an Italian title is of unreproachable value. Another client strolled by wearing very little from the waist up and he was covered in tattoos . The whole place is about THE most pretentious place we have ever tried to eat in. As we live in Europe we were also staggered by the whopping tip we had to pay and the fee to start our car for us
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