Apparently running a restaurant isn't all that easy. We stopped here because there were some good reviews. Take a bit of advice - not all these reviews are written by customers. Some could be paid, some could be the operators. That being said, I didn't read much past the first 5-10. Big mistake. Our bill was ~$100. What we got: A sign that read - Parking for Sindia's ahead. It ended up costing us $15 and a promise of 15% off the bill for parking there. We got 5% off instead. Our food was.... not good. It was bad. I could have eaten for half the price on the boardwalk and got a MUCH better meal. The crab cakes were frozen and fried, no chunks of crab. The turkey dinner was tasteless. Mashed potatoes out of a box would have been better. Steak was barely average, for $30. Server was non-attentive. When asked how everything was, we told them politely that it was terrible. They asked us how they could make it better and proceeded to tell us that they don't put salt and butter in their mashed potatoes because not everyone likes salt and butter in their mashed potatoes. They didn't give us one penny off of our meal. And, as previously mentioned, we got ripped-off on our parking discount. Either the parking attendant got it wrong, or the cashier did. Either way, terrible experience, terrible dinner, terrible service. Please, try the restaurant if you so choose. But if you like your money and good food, stay away. To the owners - Come on, really? Get your act together if you want to stay in business. In today's age of digital media, your days are numbered if you don't adapt, take the criticism to heart, and make some changes. Eventually, it WILL catch up to you. Good luck, to one and all!
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