Went to this restaurant based on other reviews. It was a Wednesday night in early October and the restaurant was only about 20% full. It was good and the noise level low – something I really enjoy.
The problem was the food I had. I ordered the traditional fish soup and the wild salmon. I just could not eat the fish soup. I only managed two spoonfuls. It tasted a bit “different” and my body was telling me NOT to eat it – that I would get ill if I continued. There must have been something wrong with it. I can’t remember something like this ever happening to me. I called the waiter over and told him that “I could not eat it.” He didn’t ask if there was a problem and I didn’t go into detail. He just asked if I wanted something else and I said no. I had been looking forward to a nice, fresh, local fish but now was a bit put off.
My salmon arrived and it was rather dry and with little flavor. Definitely cooked more than the normal medium rare the waiter indicated. I’ve had much better from a cafeteria steam table.
My husband’s food was good. Sorry I could not say so myself. I was very disappointed.
If the fish soup was not spoiled, it certainly seemed as though it had been hot on the stove for far too long. The most disappointing this is that we got charged for fish soup that I could not eat. This is an upscale restaurant and I find this charge to be outlandish. No apology was given. I don’t think the waiter forgot to take it off the bill. Guess that is this restaurant’s policy. My husband didn’t dispute the bill. He just deducted it from the trip. Sorry about that but he just didn’t want to get into a dispute.
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