This is the first restaurant, ever, that I left without giving even one cent of tip. We had breakfast here after spending the night in the Best Western (which is good). The restaurant was ten percent full at most, but even so we had to wait fifteen minutes for our order to arrive. In the most lowly diners in America your cup of coffee is refilled as long as you are eating. Here I had to get the attention of a waiter, call him over en beg for some more coffee. The man filled my cup and walked way without so much as a glance at my wife's empty cup. True, she didn't specifically ask for a refill, she just expected one.
Restaurants in the cool and fine dining categories often serve dishes with the constituent parts beautifully arranged all over the dish. Moonraker has its own pedestrian view on this. When it says on the menu "poached eggs with spinach and brie" you get exactly what it says: a plate with on it a saucer with bland poached eggs, next to that a lump of cooked spinach and next to that again some slices of brie. No value added by the cook, no inspiration, no taste, nothing, in short, that makes a restaurant dish more than the sum of its parts.
Next time, I'll go to a diner.