Decided to go there for my 50th birthday, we were the only ones in the restaurant. Server was attentive but rushed us as if he wanted to get home, we were not finished our main course when he asked if we wanted dessert.. Asked for a half carafe of house wine, but he did not know what it was (must be a European thing) When we asked asked the price of a bottle of house wine he pointed to the regular wine list. (I thought the "house" wine was meant to be cheaper) When my dinner came it was missing the vegetables and I had to remind him. The fish I received must have been on a diet. My wife's had no baked potato or french fries or mashed potato. My wife had asked when booking if they could do something for me as it was my 50th ie. small cake with candles etc. I got a slice of chocolate cake with 1 candle my wife had to pay for hers. The food was acceptable taste wise but not worth $75 including a bottle of louis m martini cabernet sauvignon 2010 ($24 in the restaurant, average in a liquor store $14)
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