We had made reservations several months in advance to come here. When we arrived they sat us at a table that was inches from the entrance door. Aside from the distraction of guests regularly opening the door as they came in and left, it was chilly. (The restaurant realizes this, and puts huge fur coverings on the seats of this particular table. This spot shouldn't even have a table, but they have apparently tried to squeeze as many tables into the place as possible.)
Needless to say, we asked to move--there were other empty tables we could see further back. The hostess said no. We made a fuss, and she said she will ask the owner, who also said no. Disgusted we were about to leave, and the only thing she offered was the possibility of another table if one of her reservations didn't show up. At that point, we decided to go to another restaurant--the city is certainly not short of excellent restaurants.
Perhaps the food here is good, I can't comment on that. But I find it insulting and rude when a restaurant acts like they are doing you a favor to let you eat there. They obviously don't value their customers.
Go somewhere else where they value your business!
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