We went to this restaurant expecting great food -- the chef’s name was on the sign, the menu looked great and the food was priced accordingly. We were stunned by how bad it was. The waitress didn’t tell us what they were out of until after we’d ordered it; we needed a little more time to choose something else, but not the lengthy stretch she gave us; she had to ask again what we’d ordered because she couldn’t read her own hand-writing; the bread basket was long in coming, contained three small, lonely rolls and it was cleared before we’d each had one; the croutons in the caesar salad were out of a box; the haddock special was flavorless and tasted like a frozen diet meal; the tomato sauce on top of the unidentifiable, flavorless vegetable tasted like it was out of a jar; the shrimp were overcooked; we waited ages between courses despite the place’s being almost empty and our entrée plates sat in front of us for a very long time after we’d finished; they were out of their special, must-try dessert, but we weren’t told until after we’d ordered it; the crème brulee was not a custard, but simply vanilla pudding with a crust; and the coffee was the worst we had ever tasted. We heard the waitress tell the table behind us that their coffee would be just a little while, because they were making a new pot, and we suspect the pot we finished had been on the warmer all day. Dinner for 3: 2 hours and $150 and not one item was fresh, delicious, or flavorful in anyway. A memorable dining experience, but not in a good way.
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