Four of us had a great meal here on a Saturday night. Here is how it went...
Service: Very good. Professional server who was personable, too. Waters were always filled. My biggest quam would be the wine bottle wasnt close by and when the ladies were nearing the end of the glass, we had to get up or grab the server to fill the glass. Not a big deal, but wine service at this restaurant is expected.
Atmosphere: Simple. Classy. Low-light, with a small table flame and a good decor that wasnt overpowering.
Food: Outstanding. Started with crab cakes (crab to stuffing ratio was like 10:1), which were excellent, and the sauteed spinach salad (cooked just long enough so the spinach was warm, not wilted) which was topped with a delicious brie-like cheese. For entrees we had the carne asada special (cooked perfectly and a huge portion to boot), mahi-mahi (very tender with a cream sauce) and lamb chop trio (cooked perfected-MR-with delicious side sauces). Oh and the sangria was beautiful, homemade, with enough fruit to give it a great flavor. Desserts we each shared the crepe with caramel sauce (good, but nothing to write home about), chocolate ganache (not "overly" chocolately and a perfect portion), coconut cake (fresh coconut, not too sweet, but sweet enough to know it wasnt from a can) and a meringue-like dessert flavored with kahlua and topped with fresh fruit (amazing)!
In total, for four people, our bill was quite pricey (over $300). We each had a dessert, entree, split two apps, a bottle of wine and a few glasses of sangria. However, the food was delicious and we left stuffed, but not uncomfortable. We would def come back, but unfortunately, its a little too pricey for a "routine" visit. HIGHLY RECOMMEND though!!!
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