I have been twice to this eatery and each time it was a huge disappointment. To celebrate my BFF's 69th birthday, seven of us in total descended upon this supposed "great dining experience" for her celebration. The service was average. I had to ask the waiter for a cocktail napkin for my martini, as the tables (3 put together) were so sticky, I did not want to spill my Bombay Sapphire martini. Entrees ordered ranged from Steak and Prawns, Grilled Chicken Salad, Grilled Chicken and I had Fettucine Alfredo with shrimp, prawns and scallops. The Alfredo sauce tasted like it was out of a jar, the shrimp were the tiny, tasteless bay shrimp, the prawns were quite small and the scallops were chopped to tiny, undefinable bits that had no flavor. I ordered a side Caesar Salad. The lettuce was so limp and warm that the parmesan cheese melted on the lettuce. The entrée was barely warm, noodles were over-cooked and it was necessary to use an inordinate amount of salt just to taste anything. The best part of the meal was the bread!!! If this is the best that Moses Lake has to offer, I guess I will refrain from dining-out and have dinner parties at home. I'm no gourmet cook, but at least my food is served hot and tasty!!!
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