Booked to visit the main restaurant. Then asked for directions and was provided with meaningless, useless information by staff who seemed to have no idea how to describe the location, avoiding giving even mildly helpful advice. After further, en route phone calls we finally spoke with a manager, perhaps, who gave us the necessary clues. To us this was amazing given the prominent, golf club location on the north side of town.
When we got there we decide to dine alfresco. Main reason was the overwhelming gloom of the dining room, it's lack of charm plus the risk of being served by the geographically challenged wait staff. So, we opted for the lesser menu but served outside.
We had an enthusiastic, welcoming server, who mainly got our order correct, though a salad arrived with a ranch dressing rather than the potentially more interesting raspberry vinaigrette.
The spinach salad, albeit with ranch dressing, was quite good. The tuna tartare was judged as very good. Thai mussels were good too, being fat and juicy though too sweetly sauced. The sirloin steak sandwich disappointed the person who ordered it medium rare and found it to be Medium, or more - though this was to the taste of the other diner who polished off what was left with some gusto.
So, the overall experience was rather mixed, hence the rating as average
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