Had dinner here last night with a couple of friends who are repeat customers. I had Chicken Paillard which consisted of two very small pieces of sauteed chicken on a bed of angel hair pasta in a butter sauce with a teensy amount of sun-dried tomato and red peppers tapenade. The chicken was timed just right but as far as flavor, nothing to talk about. My husband had the Chilean sea bass which he thought was tasty, though average. When ordering, be careful which sea bass dish you want as there are two: one is Chilean and the other Mediterranean and the prices differ, one at $28.00 and the other at $32.00. While the restaurant is very pretty, it is very noisy and not conducive to having a conversation. Service was very good and professional, food was simply average and value was most definitely poor.
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