After hearing all the fuss about Whisk'n'Ladle, we'd been looking forward to dining at this place. Took an out-of-town visitor with us to check out their latest dinner menu, and were immediately put off by how empty the place was compared to some of its neighbors. Among us, we sampled four dishes, including their house burger and a summer salad, from their ever-changing menu. Everything looked amazing, but ended up being quite average. Given all the hype and the fine-dining pricing, we were disappointed. Perhaps breakfast is better? Not sure we'll be back, though, given our meh experience and the fact that our server didn't make any effort to treat our child as a customer (didn't ask what he wanted, didn't bring him water, didn't give him a menu, even if only symbolically). Sure, it's not really a kid-friendly place, but ignoring a pint-sized diner isn't a way to win over the paying adults in the party.
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