I cannot objectively comment on the quality of the food because when the four of us went there for lunch the volume of "music" was so loud we could not hear each other nor the wait staff. Halfway through lunch we asked the wait staff to have the music lowered but they replied that it was out of their control. The majority of patrons were having to speak very loudly to be heard over the din. I have read elsewhere that restaurant consultants advise that loud, lively music be played to increase turnover of the tables. It sure worked here. We could not wait to get out and will not go back.
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