My wife and I went to Shula's for the first time. We brought some friends along to celebrate my wife's birthday. My wife belonged Team Shula, so her entree was comped.I started with the lobster bisque. It was delicious. The dash of sherry added to the flavor.I then had the filet oscar and my wife had 12 oz. filet migon. Both were delicious and cooked perfectly, although the less then generous amount of crab on top of my filet was disappointing.
We shared side dishes of creamed spinach and twice baked potatoes. Both were good, but nothing to rave about.
I felt that the atmosphere of the restaurant was nice. Since it was still light outside, our view was the golf course, The restaurants tables are far enough apart, so you aren't privy to others conversations.
Unfortunately, I felt the service was not as attentive as I expected. I had long gaps where my water needed to be replenished. The waitress appeared to have other things on her mind throughout the evening and gave us very little attention. She didn't really interact with us very well. Mistakes were made with timing of dishes with no apology. We had been told that when it is your birthday and you belong to Team Shula, they sometimes bring that person a cake. Well, one of the servers brought a small cake with ice cream to my wife with a candle on it. He sang Happy Birthday along with us. My wife blew out the candle and was ready to take a bite of the cake when the waitress quickly pulled it out from in front of her and said it was given to her by mistake and took it away. Again, no apology for the mistake.When we left there was little fanfare from the staff. I do not think we will be returning.
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