My sister and I ate at Asiagos during our recent stay at Turtle Beach. We found the menu to be diverse enough that there was a good selection and the food was quite good.
The atmosphere of the restaurant (particularly with it's label of fine dining) is just okay - no great views and it was quite warm inside the restaurant (no real breeze like other Turtle Beach restaurants). Service was very enthusiastic--though I did receive a ginger ale the first time I asked for a gin and tonic. :)
The minestrone soup was nothing to write home about (very little seasoning), but the homemade crab ravioli and the shrimp linguine were phenomenal, as was the fried cheddar cheese.
All in all, a worthwhile restaurant to visit while at Turtle Beach.
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