We were seeking a Caribbean experience and got a “wanna be” typical North American steak house as found in a small town of Montana. We wanted to dine al fresco and found the fully enclosed overly cold air conditioning restaurant had the ambiance not to our liking.
We were a large group, and 5 of us are wheat intolerant, unordered were presented before the meal with 3 plates of bruschetta. Each of us thought that someone had ordered it, only to learn after we left the restaurant that none of us had ordered them, but there was on the final bill at $35.00 ($13.00 US each) plate. We have had that trick before in Rome where they bring you a huge platter of Antipasto that you think is free only to find a huge charge on your bill and when you dispute it they say: Well you ate it didn’t you? This is known as a “sleight of hand”, so be forewarned!
They did not have several items on the menu and the service was slow and lady owner and the servers were pushing the wine and trying to get us to order more all the while we waited a long time for our food.
A not so pleasant evening at big prices, just not what we were looking for. can get that kind of food in the US at a fraction of the price and with very tender beef.
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