Attended a pre-reserved 50th birthday party. Original reservations were lost-luckily called to confirm prior to date and re-booked as original reservation was never noted. Also reserved a table in the bar area for pre-dinner drinks. On arrival our reservation for pre-dinner drinks could not be found and we were offered a seat at the bar. After further investigation it was ascertained that one of the several tables marked " reserved" were slated for us. Predinner drinks were good. Once our table opened up we were escorted to sit at a tble in the aisle when we were assures, on making the second reservation, that our table would be in the tented area. After another complaint to the stff we were given the table under the tent, as promised. Food was good. )ad the harira soup which was rich, spicey and yummy; then the cigars-very good; thent he shortrib-delicious and creme brule (xtra $3.95) which was very tasty but came staight from the fridge and was cold.
The entertainment was mediocre. Two very young dancers-expected more mature, tradtional and eth ic dancers.
All in all, after all the reservation drama, it was a nice diversion.
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