I ordered what appeared to be the special chicken dish on the menu - chicken breasts stuffed with mozzarella, spinach and proscuitto over pasta with vegetables. The servers were trying to take away our salad course a couple of times before we were ready so I had the feeling that our main courses were already cooked and waiting. Sure enough, they appeared as soon as the salad was gone. My chicken was dry, tough and tasteless and the whole dish was sorely lacking flavor. I sent it back and asked for something else. The poor server came back and said the chef had tasted it and it was exactly right; therefore he was refusing to make me anything else. My husband, (we were celebrating 15 years together that night btw), sat and ate his entree - paella with sausage and (dry) chicken, while I watched him because I couldn't have another dish. I cook a lot myself and I know that chicken is one of the most difficult meats to keep moist due to the low fat content; however, it's unforgivable that a professional chef does not know this and does not recognize a dry piece of meat when he tastes it. Obviously, we're not going back.