An enjoyable dinner involves more than just the food. The ambiance of the restaurant, the attitude of the waitstaff, AND the food play a role in your dining experience. The vibe in the restaurant was wonderful and we couldn't have asked for a better waiter. The food was uneven - my chicken tagine was lackluster at best, and rather meager in its heft. My son wanted a nive big cut of meat, so they offered him a "special" of a Chateaubriand cut of beef - for $66 or $99, depending upon the size he chose. And then it came out overcooked. The swordfish got rave reviews, and the desserts were wonderful. Maybe it was the holiday and the fact that we were all in a great mood. We had a great time.
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