Thought I'd treat my son to a nice lunch while shopping. We both ordered fish and chips - thought that was a simple enough dish for a chain restaurant to handle. Wrong! Fish was way overcooked and dry. Also, bland to the point of disgusting. Chips were soggy fries.
We ordered a glass of Sancerre each to go with this glop. Instead of the familiar taste of a nice Sauvignon Blanc form the Loire, I was greeted with the flavor of a distinctly New Zeeland SB. I suppose they could successfully make this switch on a lot of their customers but when I mentioned it to the waiter he insisted it was the Sancerre I ordered (and paid for) and he had seen it poured. Even if I had been wrong, is this the way they are trained to deal with customers. I told him it was no big deal and paid the $89 dollar tab (we also had a cup each of the bisque). We will not be back. If they are indeed switching wines it is illegal in NJ - they may have to add the letters ILL to the beginning of their name.