Spargo seems to be following PF Chang's recipe for succes: put out a few sexy hostesses, sprinkle a few more cute waitress or waiters and add some innovative food. Only for Spargo, the motif is Mediterranean and not Indochine.
I had the surprisingly tasteless pistachio encrusted salmon while three others chose the lamb shank which they praised as very tender. The salmon came on a bed of pina colada rice that was overshadowed by its mandarin orange buerre blanc sauce. [Don't mix the two]. The latter tasted as syrup from a bottle. To make it seem more like PF Chang's it also had one broccoli floret. As did the lamb. The lamb shank came with the de rigeur garlic mashed potatoes. I heard no complaints.
If you have a lot of money you might try the Kobe beef at $50. Salads, by the way start at $6. There is a tasting menue that starts at $38.
Service was so-so.
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