Very loud, crowded and a place to be seen but we came for the "fine dining." We walked in without reservations and immediately got a table. The tables are so close together that the staff couldn't always get around to serve the plates onto the tables but had to hand them to the clients. First impressions count so let's start with the bread and butter - bread was a white, old, stale, baguette still cold from being refrigerated alongside the tasteless butter. It took a while for the waitress to take our order but then tuna tartar appetizer came very quickly and was good but definitely not the best we've ever enjoyed. The entree of halibut with peas did not meet the expectations of it's high price. The fish was seared delicately but required a lot more sauce or vinaigrette as it seemed dry and in my opinion was not complimented by the cold sliced potatoes. The portion was generous enough and the presentations lovely, but for seeing pleasure I would go to a museum not a restaurant. Dress code should be enforced as it ranged from shorts and flip flops to button down shirts and dress pants for men.
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