I loved the charm of the restaurant. It looks like a large cottage. There is a fighter jet outside and empty barrels of petrol. It also has a nice little garden. Inside it is very cozy, with raised booths and a fireplace. We were seated next to a window, as requested. The restaurant is across the street from the airport. It was neat to see the planes land and take off; they flew so close above the restaurant that you could feel vibrations from the engines. We arrived at the restaurant shortly before sunset; it was interesting to see the transition between day and night at the airport. Our waiter was polite and well spoken. We found out about the restaurant on LivingSocial - I gave him a voucher that I had purchased. The menu was limited. My husband, who is a vegetarian, made do by ordering prosecco, beer soup, caesar salad, and two appetizers as all of the entrees contained meat. I ordered the zinfandel, french onion soup and shrimp scampi. We were both pleased with the delicious food and the ambiance. I had casually mentioned to the waiter that we were celebrating our anniversary, and after we ordered the chocolate volcano the waiters came out and sang "Happy Anniversary to You" which was an unexpected surprise! A cargo train passed by while we were eating dessert, too! The only downside to our evening was that I saw and heard our waiter throwing a fit with his manager over the LivingSocial voucher - he was concerned that we might tip him only on the discounted food (we had planned to tip on the full amount...I have bought a few vouchers before and I understand that waiters should not be penalized for the discount). After about 20 minutes of waiting for the issue to be resolved and talking with the waiter, they ended up putting an automatic 18% tip on the bill for the full amount of the meal, which we paid because we had received good service. We were actually planning on tipping around 20% but I did not appreciate the wait and being forced to pay a certain tip so we only tipped what was written on the bill. Management really needs to address that issue if they are issuing these vouchers, as it wasn't nice to hear the waiter complaining about us within earshot. If they don't want us to use vouchers, don't issue them! Our bill ended up coming out to over $75 with the voucher, anyway.
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