Check the menu before you book -- you might not want to pay $58 for their signature dish, or some other entrees, especially when you consider that everything is a la carte and the drinks are stiff in price in addition to potency. But, if you can afford it, you'll have a wonderful dining experience. Our waiter was very good, but he was trying to rush us. At these prices, we won't be rushed. So, once you come to terms with the prices and perhaps gently bark at the over-attentive waiter, you won't be disappointed. Wonderful food, wonderful ambience. Probably best held for only special occasions, again, at these prices.
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