Big let down. My husband and I are regulars here and we usually have a good experience. And when the experience is not-so-good, management has usually made it right. Not this time. We took visitors here (after bragging about it), only to find that the reservation my husband made several weeks before did not get us a table even though he had specified that we wanted to sit at a table (they told us we would get one, but they didn't have any when we arrived, but said that if we really wanted one we could wait an hour). Then we were seated in a tight booth, and when we were ready to order, we were told they were out of the more popular orders (steak, colossal prawn) and it was only 6:30 in the evening. We asked if the owner was there and were told that he was out catering. So we settled for entrees we didn't go there to order (my husband did say, "Let's just leave,") and we probably should've left and driven into Ft. Worth or down the road to Mesquite Pit. After spending $155.00 for four people plus a tip for the waitress (who didn't particularly seem happy to be there) for pork and a small piece of sea bass that were nothing to write home about and could've been purchased at one of the local diners or Chinese buffet for way less money and way more flavor, we will probably not be back for a looooooooong time. Sorry, Jarrett, pay attention to your restaurant on Saturday nights. We had come to expect more and not only didn't get it, but embarrassed ourselves in front of our guests for raving about it. So I guess it's back to Mesquite Pit for steaks, or over to Fish Creek where the former partner of this restaurant now cooks. File this under the "Fool me once" category.
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