We were in St. Maarten from July 1st- July 8th 2006. The island was beautiful, but this restaurant was not.
We had an all inclusive package from the Maho Beach Hotel, and it included vouchers for a dinner at the Sopranos. We went in expecting the best, and went out extremly dissapointed.
It is a piano bar, but there was no pianist playing. Right when we walked in, and the owner saw that we were all inclusive guests, and would not be paying, he completley ignored us.
The all inclusive menu included 1 drink, either wine or soda, 1 appetizer and 1 main dish per person. Anything else would have to be paid. They also give you the option of trading in your all inclusve voucher for 15 USD, this sounds good in theory, but when everything on the menu is over 15 USD, this presents a problem.
I will give them credit, the limited food which we could choose from was good, but with all its other problems, the food is greatly overlooked.
The waiters served all the paying guests before they served the people with the all inclusive vouchers. This restaurant looked so promising from the outside, but as we found out, it is plaged with problems.
If you are an all inclusive guest, avoid this restaurant at all costs. If you are a paying guest, with lots of money, you may find something to like.