It is a good thing we decided to start out with a tall pitcher of very tasty sangria because the wait for dinner---even to get the bread (which was quite tasty and wait person advised took so long because it was being freshly baked)----was incredibly long. The setting is beautiful and dining room is comfortable. We were amazed how patient all guests seemed to be as the legato pace of meal delivery occurred at every table. When finally delivered, every platter was attractive, generous of portion, and flavorful. Appetizers were, for the most part, tasty---servings of kale soup were bountiful, the coconut shrimp were very good, but the wedge salad was "deconstructed" and a peculiar amalgam of flavors. For main courses, two of us had the Shrimp Mozambique; one had Portuguese Steak, and another had the house special mussels. We all enjoyed our food but over 2 1/2 hours was too long to be considered "relaxed" and we were too tired to look at the desserts or have coffee. The quality of ingredients was very fresh, so obviously Suzen cares about creating palate pleasing cuisine. Either the kitchen needs to orchestrate better or the wait people should be more numerous or better trained. We decided our waitress must be working for the summer to defray her tuition to become an oceanographer (our fantasy) because it was obvious she was not a professional wait staff!
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