The restaurant in nicely situated in the Sands. It has a pleasant atmosphere. We were curious as to the influence of Emeril and were hoping for a good meal. The service was friendly although we weren't seated until 15 minutes after our reservation. There was a small selection of wines, but they were well thought out and decently priced. The bread was very crusty and the butter was warm.
The problem was the food. It sounded good on the menu, but it was pretty bland on the plate. There was nothing bad, but nothing good, nothing memorable. The portions were fine. It was a step up from the Olive Grove and a step down from a good Italian restaurant.
What left a proverbial bad taste in my mouth was when our waitress asked us if we would like capucino, we said yes. The two coffees tasted like they came out of a vending machine and totalled $13. $6.50 is a lot to pay for a bad cup of coffee.
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