It's a fact of the restaurant world that service can be as important to an experience as the food. I strive to isolate the 2. But, in this instanmce, the service left me unable to fully appreciate the delicasies before me.
Our waitress disappeared for long absences and her colleagues refused to make eye contact. We were sized up for the table we got, which was ok, not bad, but not the table we requested (which was open).
Very good food. Just don't want the delicious bread before your appetizer or water refilled.
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