I had been to La Camelia once before and enjoyed a good dinner, but this time a dinner party of 8 was a big disappointment. On both first and main courses, orders were completely confused and it took a long time to get them straightened out. Two different waiters tried to serve me a sausage gratin (which no one at the table had ordered) when I had ordered an arugula salad....I felt as though I was in a Monty Python skit. When the main course rolled around 2 hours after our arrival and my friends' dishes had been sorted out, the waiter asked me, "What was it you ordered?" I would have smiled at all this as a bad night had the food been good, but my swordfish and its accompanying vegetables were smothered in an overpowering mustardy sauce, and the fish in my husband's paella was overcooked and flavorless.
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