Ordered fish dish. Rubbery undercooked, overly salted fish on plate with cherry tomatoes and a few pieces of olives. Was supposed to be over a bed of semolina. No semolina, an essential ingredient as per menu. Towards the end of the meal, waiter plops down a bowl of gruel (semolina?). Sorry, chef forgot, heh, heh.
But wasn't it supposed to be an ingredient to be married with the taste of the rest of the ingredients? Apparently not.
Under the circumstances, a classy place would delete the charge-or make a reasonable accommodation. Not here. They charged full price although 1/3 of the dish was missing!!!
My friend was shocked that a tiny bowl is spaghetti (also overly salty) was $30.00. I don't mind overpaying for good food, but this was just, as a friend from rome would say, thievery.
After this experience, I am wondering how this place got the positive reviews it got.
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