A friend of mine, who's also a foodie, suggested this place. She knew that hubby and I loved eating out and checking out places. When we got there, I had high hopes for the place. The table setting wasn't elaborate, fake twigs of something plastic and some stainless steel S/P shakers, wine glasses and linen napkin rolled-up utensils. The table cloth was also linen (and changed after every use, which was great), so I did expect the food to be great!
I ordered the 10 oz salmon and hubby had the Chicken Giovanni. My salmon wasn't anything unusual so for $20, I was a little disappointed. It came with a weird mushroom risotto and some overcooked slices of carrots. Don't expect gourmet plating, it's just the price but your plate won't look like you even paid half of what you did. Hubby's food was ok, again nothing that would make you come back. We definitely won't be. I enjoyed Modesto's so much more than this experience. I called my girl friend right after and told her about our experience. Suggested Modesto's to her instead. Will also try another place similar in ambience: Bella Fiore.
Food took forever to come, I forgot to take pictures as both hubby and I just dove in once they were served. The bread that they gave as we waited for our entrees were dry, cold and unevenly cut. It has nothing against Longhorn's bread or Olive garden's breadsticks. Heck, not even Pizza hut's bread sticks! Geez..
The appetizers were around $12-18, entrees $20-28. Soda was $2. Hubby had to get a different type as their regular coke ran out of syrup that he had to request for it to be changed. There was only one server, one bartender and one bus boy. I had to wait for my water, even after asking for a refill. Did I say I wasn't impressed?
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