First let me say, my husband and I are very used to fine dining along with the accompanying price tags and smaller portions. We've eaten at some of the best restaurants in many major cities. I used to eat at No 9 Park when it first opened, before I moved out of state. We were back in town for a visit and I was very excited to to revisit the restaurant. Unfortunately our dining experience left a lot to be desired. I had the salad of heirloom tomatoes and marinated watermelon for a first course and received not even a handful of greens, a few slices of extremely underripe, tasteless tomatoes, and one piece of watermelon approx 1" square and a piece of grilled haloumi, which was overly salty. It was so lame, I was personally insulted that a restaurant would have the nerve to serve something like this to their patrons and expect to get a high price for it! My duck course was decent, nothing special, barely sauced, a few cherries on the plate. I've had much better duck dishes elsewhere, and portion was extremely small for the money. My husband thought his octopus appetizer and sea bass were unremarkable. Cooked well, but not overly tasty. When paying these kind of prices, we really do expect phenomenal food. Did not finish either of my courses and our waiter never really came over and asked if we were happy with everything. Some gentleman just took the plates away when we finished the first course. When the waiter came to take the second course dishes, both of which were unfinished, he never asked us if there was a problem. My husband spoke up and told him how disappointed we were with the meal. I must say, he did apologize, and did send a manager over, who wanted to take the dinners off the bill, which was very nice of them. We didn't expect that at all. But I don't think I would give this place another chance, that's how mediocre I thought it was. Had much higher expectations due to previous visits.
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