I dined here to celebrate a friend's birthday, during Restaurant Week. For $40, you receive three courses. The tempura asparagus and the crabcake appetizers were both nice, but nothing extraordinary. The asparagus seemed quite greasy and had quite a bit of bleu cheese on top adding more calories without adding much in the "wow" factor of the dish.
The opah with cherries was just not good. It was a nice sized filet; however, its consistancy was horrible. In my experience (used to live in Hawaii), I would guess this fish had been frozen. Its texture was fairly mushy, rather than moist and flaky. It is probably the worst Opah I've had at a nice restaurant.
My friend ordered the broiled Mahi Mahi. This dish would normally cost $32 (when not during Restaurant Week). Though it was nicely cooked and seasoned, I'd guess it was only a 4-5oz filet, and it was served ala carte (as was my Opah). The $40 each for Rest week did not include any side dishes, so we both had only fish filets. I would not object to the $32 4oz Mahi if it had at least included some rice or a veggie.
Our dessert was creme brulee. It came in a small, deep ramekin. It had a very eggy flavor, and the custard to sugar ratio was off due to the ramekin size.
The decor was nice, the server was adequate, though not fabulous, the food was mediocre and the price was outrageous for the product. How dissapointing! The only redeeming factor was the free Baked Alaska (using pumpkin ice cream) we received for her birthday. That was lovely.
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