We were intrigued by the idea of small plate dinners at Flow. The idea is the prices are low ($12- $18 a plate) so you can order several and share. We ordered Cider-marinated grill chicken skewers ($12), Pan seared local rock cod ($16), and chanterelle risotto that we said we would share. We were then told there would be an additional $3.50 shared plate charge. Seriously! Wasn't the idea to share plates? The grilled chicken skewers were a huge disappointment. The skewers were 3 small (and I mean small)bites of chicken--one bite on each skewer. Nothing to share there. I am not sure if the chicken lacked flavor or if it did not compliment the seasoning and blend with the radish-apple salad that was on the plate. The salad was incredible! I could have made a meal of that. The pan seared cod was delicious and, while a very small portion, it was more substantial than the chicken. The risotto was a disappointed. It was too soupy...the chef did not allow the time to absorb the moisture. It was tender, but not swollen and plump. The view was perhaps the best part of the dinner. We were able to sit with a glass of wine and watch the sunset. As it got dark, there was a spotlight (track light) shining right in my eyes. We told the waiter, but nothing was done. As I was holding my hand up to block the light, a young lady came by and asked if it was bothering me and got a chair and changed the direction of the light. For dessert we ordered gelato. We were brought sorbet. We told the waiter, and he said they had plated the wrong dessert; however, nothing was done--there was not an attempt to fix the problem or remove it from the bill. I would probably go for a glass of wine and relax, but do dinner elsewhere.
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