Ok, I don't know what place some of these other folks ate at, but it sure as heck wasn't this one. We went here to celebrate a birthday after we couldn't score a table at Beni Hana in Cincinnati. Shortly after we sat down a party of 14 high school kids came in - homecoming dance night out. We actually were happy they came in, because they were seated between us and a huge lighted foto of some asian city (see foto) that had a ballast gone bad and was emitting a tooth jarring buzz. Their wall of noise helped drown out the other you see. The rest of the decor in our area (see other fotos) was probably chosen for its symbolism - a battle at sea for the war on our senses (visual, and then later, taste), a swiss scene to evoke other places we should have gone to, and - our fav - a lady leading a little girl to end their lives in the sea...after our meal we identified with this one the best. While the grill guy did a god job with the show and cooking, there was little he could do to improve upon the very poor quality of the meat, lobster and even vegetables we had. The plates and bowls were old, scratched up melamine. This is a place that's trying to provide something like the Beni Hana experience, but way on the cheap. We know, some of these others raved and might think we caught the place on a bad night. Well, do they use different cuts of meat, different plates and different decor on other nights? And how much slack do you cut a place for serving bad lobster (yes, we were sick later that night, it's important to mention that). We really wish this place had been at least on a par with Beni's because it's closer to where we live and the prices are a little bit cheaper. Would've been nice to have a decent alternative. But this sure ain't the place.
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