We chose this restaurant in the Irvine area as we were out of town and looking for a good seafood restaurant with our newly married son and family members. It was a Sunday night, so the crowd was very light. We were seated quickly but our waitress seemed in a hurry and didn't spend much time with us. The prices were pretty high, and so accordingly were our expectations.
I had a scallop and shrimp skewer combination with a side of Greek orzo and seasonal vegetables. On the two skewers there were a total of three shrimp average size, and three decent-sized scallops. They were tasty enough, but it was an inadequate amount for the $18.95 price. My wife gave the clam chowder a thumbs-up, as did my son to the cedar-planked Atlantic salmon, but for $25, it should have been wild. Another of our party ordered the New York steak, coming in at 14oz. She ordered it medium rare, and when it arrived it was very rare in the middle. And tough! A rare (or medium rare) steak should never be tough. They must not serve a decent grade of beef, or it wasn't aged the proper length of time. The toughness was pointed out to the waitress who didn't seem to be concerned by it. She should have sent over the manager to explain. Overall, some decent food, but it could have been much better.
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