Here are the things from our dinner that:
Exceeded Expectations: the room (dark, cozy, comfortable, just enough lights-accent and sparkle - this being the front room, by the way); the just-right pace and tone of the service (never felt like we were waiting or hurried, everyone very pleasant in their interactions); the ease of the menu (concise); the flexibilities in the prix fixe menu. No 'hidden charges' at all when the bill came.
Met Expectations: the taste and quality of the food. It tasted wonderful and it 'felt healthy' for lack of better description.
Where it fell just a teeny bit shy of expectations: the proportion of food quantity to meal-price. We all had exercised that afternoon and when we got home after dinner everyone made themselves a snack. I wouldn't mind asking next time if I could pay a 'fitness surcharge' of a few percent more to get just a little bit (and only a little bit) more of the food components that accompany, say, the fish, lamb or other main components of the appetizers and entrees. Things like a little more rice or vegetables. The only other item I can think of to improve at all would be a beaded curtain or something in the doorway of what I'll call the beverage-prep room, which was kind of a sore thumb to the lovely dining area. But if it impacted the service or staff's ability to get what they need to do done, no worries.
All in all, a really nice place for a relaxed, delicious dinner. Particularly for a special event celebration but good for a nice night out also.
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