One person in our group of eight required Kosher, and this was the place they chose . Oy vey! First, I called to see if they would take a reservation. No, they would not. We still went only to discover we were the only people there. One of us ordered a bottle of wine. Shortly thereafter the waiter appeared with two bottles of wine - one in each hand and announced that these were the only two whites they had - they were out of the one that was chosen. So a choice was made - no mention of the cost. We discovered the cost of this not very good wine when the bill was presented: $60.00.
While waiting for our dinner, a basket of something was presented. It was not bread but some sort of very stale tasting cracker or flat-bread - not sure, except to say it was awful. My wife had some kind of pocket sandwich and she, who usually complains that portions are too large, said she could hardly find any food inside the pocket. In short, this was our worst restaurant in many, many years. There may be some limitations imposed by Kosher, but for sure that was not the main problem here.