Savor is the "fine dining" restaurant at the Niagara Falls Culinary Institute. We decided to try it on a recent Wednesday night. Besides another table of two people, my husband and I were the only customers in there. As we looked over the menu, my husband was interested in the Fried Chicken but wondered about the description which listed bacon and spicy chili sauce. Not usual things with fried chicken. So, he asked our server to tell him about the fried chicken. She paused just long enough to make it clear that she thought that was a stupid question. My husband ordered the fried chicken and the Meza to start with. I ordered the Roasted Peach Salad to start and the Lobster Ravioli for my entree. The Meza was quite good. It was a bunch of mediterranean dishes like hummus, olives, falafel, etc. Some of it was hard to tell what it was and normally when a server delivers a dish like that they usually give a brief rundown of the items. We ended up calling over the server to ask what was what and she had to go ask the kitchen because she didn't know. My salad was not very good. The peaches were bland, and the frisee was very bitter. The entrees arrived and the Fried Chicken had 3 very small pieces of chicken, a lump of greasy bacon, creamed spinach and a side of spicy chili sauce. 2 of the 3 pieces of chicken were dark meat, described by my husband as greasy and tasteless. He had gone to KFC a week earlier and for $5 gotten a delicious piece of chicken. The creamed spinach was good. My Lobster Ravioli came with 4 ravioli, the filling was fine if a little bland but 3 of the ravioli were undercooked and a bit chewy. It cost us, with tip, $100 and it felt like a $40 meal.
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