While the location is perfect for an evening at the Performing Arts Center across the street, that's about all that's perfect. The service was sweatily amateur and slow. The white linen napkin didn't include silverware. The bread had been microwaved and grew hard in a hurry.
We thought a shared entree of fondue would be nice, but, contrary to expectations, there was only one fondue pot -- a mild cheese but no second pot of oil -- for dipping of two veggies, one bread, and two very slim meats. The waiter seemed surprised that fondue could b served served any other way.
At least on this Saturday evening, the restaurant was filled with large groups of student, ten or more at a table, which isn't especially conducive to a fine dining atmosphere.
San Luis Obispo is full of fine restaurants. Unless convenience to the auditorium is your absolute criterion, don't waste your time on this amateur operation.
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