The atmosphere is welcoming - elegant but warm. The evening started well with a pleasant waiter, a tasty amuse-bouche and some distinctive, hearty bread. The first course, a trio of seafood, was uninspired. The 'oysters', was an oyster (one) and the two bites of salmon seemed meager. The second course, a cod dish that included risotto with smoked fish, was extremely salty. The cod was beautifully cooked. At a less pricey restaurant, I would have been satisfied with the food but it did not live up to the reputation or prices of The Mulroy. After I asked for the check, it took 20 minutes to receive the bill. I left feeling that they did not care about my dining experience.
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