So this sounds likes it's going to be a bad review...well, yes. I've been to dozens of Kosher restaurants in my lifetime (generally with friends/relatives rather than a requirement for myself), and I would have to say that this place stretches the imagination for not only quality, but also the enormous prices for next to nothing.
Appetizers started with hummus, a Mediterranean plate which has some quantity of food but was not that satisfying, and two different kinds of soup including their "famous" onion soup which was quite salty and had a thick doughy like cheese topping which looked strange. We had to specifically ask for additional pita breads which initially were sparingly given. This notwithstanding the noise in the place which at times was deafening enough that we couldn't hear each other across the table.
My wife and 2 relatives ordered the Ahi Tuna drowned in sauce, but in tasting the fish itself the problem was no taste. Sending it back the chef simply loaded more sauce on top of the fish, presumably to obviously cover up the tasteless meat. It didn't work, and we were all amazed that this was the chef's solution. They then switched to the Sea Bass, and at 28.00 for a small portion of fish draped over a mountain of garlic mashed potatoes could border on a gross joke.
My choice, along with another 2 relatives was the salmon at $25 a pop. I was given a plate with not more than about 4 oz of fish together with some hardened rice that tasted old, and grossly overcooked vegetables. Forget about it.
We were asked about dessert, and we obviously declined. We all had enough. As it was the total bill amount to $215.00 for all of us which I would have to relate to money thrown out of the window. We all will never return.