First of all, I have to say the service here was top notch! We never waited longer than expected, never had an empty glass, and were given great recommendations. The views were also great from our table.
For an appetizer we ordered the 5 sins or something like that. It was 5 different bites of food, definitely recommend it. We also ordered a gin and tonic (which is quite popular there right now) and a pineapple martini, both delicious.
For our main course we ordered the Alcatra pasta and the fish bolognese. The Alcatra pasta was great, it had the traditional beef cooked in a wine sauce stuffed in the pasta, which was perfectly cooked, and in a delicious sauce. The fish soup was also good with a variety of fish, but the Lampash in it was a bit overcooked. Overall they were both great dishes and I would order again.
The wine that was suggested was also great and reasonably priced and went great with both dishes.
We did not feel like dessert so we ordered some sushi which appeared only to be served on the weekends. We ordered salmon and tuna pieces which were very good but we also wanted to try the local sushi so we ordered rockfish and another local fish. Both local pieces were awful and probably not meant to be served as sushi. They were also toped with fish roe which must have been frozen and tasted like dirt.
To sum it up our dining experience here was great and I recommend going for their regular menu. I would however recommend staying away from the local fish when ordering sushi.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.