The room is still cozy and charming (but where are the red checkerboard table cloths of yore?) and the waiters have been there a long time (34-years in our case) but services has slipped and is often inattentive.
We were given water shortly after being seated but then our server disappeared for ten minutes or so before taking our drink orders. The restaurant's website offers a prix fixed menu but our server didn't know a thing about it. Rolls were mediocre at best. No vintages on the somewhat limited wine list. The oysters were delicious but very expensive--$5 and $4 each depending on the coast. Entrees were also fine.
The couple next to us sent back a dirty glass and left for another restaurant after their appetizers. I'm rooting for the new management team to succeed but they have a lot of work/training to do.
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