When we arrived at 5:30 the restaurant was pretty much empty, yet 5 minutes later, they seat another couple right on top of us. Luckily, they felt uncomfortable too and asked to be moved a few minutes later. We had the $65 per person pre-theatre menu. The lobster tortellini were bland and mainly pasta, so you didn't taste the filling at all, but they were cooked perfectly al dente. The squash soup was much better and a larger portion. The phyllo crusted Dover Sole was very good and worth trying to replicate at home. It was very simple, but flavorful. It was served with a wonderful dijon sauce, mashed potatoes and a watercress garnish, so it lacked a vegetable. It was also a nice portion. The wines by the glass were excessively expensive, as everything else in Vegas seems to be. The dessert was boring...root beer float with two cookies. It was tasty, but not worthy of a AAA Four Diamond restaurant. Most disappointing was our server. He got us what we needed, but wasn't welcoming or hospitable and made the meal feel a bit awkward. When I had made the reservation online, I had said we were celebrating my husband's birthday and it wasn't even acknowledged.
The table-side prep and presentation of the food was very nice and the food was good, but overall, just an okay experience.