Ate here 5 years ago and couldn't wait to revisit it with friends this time. From the very first minute we arrived the service seemed less friendly and less inviting. The menu is interesting albeit limited. Two of us ordered the fish, one the lamb and the other the gnocchi. The meals are beautifully presented but very small and at $37 the fish would have cost about $300 a kilo. The lamb was declared a winner but the gnocchi was simply prepared and not very exciting. The biggest disappointment was the poor choice of wine we selected. After much discussion, which was obvious to the waiter, we decided upon a bottle of Riesling. It was not a label we knew and unbeknown to us it was a very sweet variety. My husband couldn't even drink it. We brought this to the attention of the waiter and was basically told we should have asked and maybe wait and drink it with dessert. The wines are not cheap and as a gesture of goodwill it would have been nice if they at least offered my husband a glass of something else. He ended up drinking water. In this competitive industry it's important that upmarket restaurants aim to please their customers as this sort of flippant response to our concerns will certainly not have us returning in a hurry.
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