I have to politely disagree with the negative reviews of this restaurant in claiming that the food was "mass produced". Nothing could be further from the truth. My husband and I had dinner here for the third time and we were not disappointed. We went early on Saturday (6:30), did not have a reservation and we were seated immediately (they do not take reservations for groups less than four). Our server, Christian, was charming and delightful - he did not rush us in any way. The food was outstanding - from our tuna and watermelon cerviche, I had a fish special - yummie, and my husband has this huge hunk of pork which he RAVED about. Was the food pricey - maybe a little. But this is Monmouth County and I'm starting to feel that many in this area have this interesting sense of entitlement where they demand the best at the smallest of costs. It doesn't work that way. Quality food costs money. Try the sangria as well!
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