When you first go into this restaurant, its an open bar then regular quieter dining seating in the back area. We sat in the quieter area but could hear the bar fairly loud where we were still. Didn't bother us so much as my fiancee and I don't mind that so much.
The floor under our table though was pretty disgusting. It looked like dried up food and garbage that was there from a previous day or two ...like they never bothered to broom the floors.
For an appetizer we ordered mushroom soup, gator soup, and the wild game sampler. The mushroom soup wasn't bad...could've been a little thicker (I'm used to the real creamy type). The gator soup I liked however was disappointed to find out it was pretty spicy yet it was pointed out that way on the menu. Soups were $4 for a cup...bit pricy. The $15 wild game sampler can be whatever the kitchen has that day. We ended up getting wild boar, duck, and elk. I was disappointed receiving duck because I've had it plenty of times before in Chinatown, NYC. Looking at the plate, we got 4 rather small pieces of each meat...it looks like we ordered one of those fancy dishes you see on the Food network where there's hardly any food on the plate so I felt cheated already. The wild boar was fantastic...the meat was tender and the taste fabulous. Next was the duck. Very disappointed...way too salty and the meat was very thin...we got 4 rectangle strips of the duck meat in 1 inch by 3 inch deli meat slices. The elk was last...4 pieces of what tasted like overcooked beef that you get in beef stew. Was very tough and chewy. When the waitress came back she asked how the sampler was and we told her exactly everything I just stated...she said thanks for the feedback the chef is always looking to hear how the meat is so they may prepare it better for people later in the day. My fiancee and I looked at each other and were like what?
For our entrees we got a Yak burger and an Avocado burger. The burgers were good...a little on the small side tho and to be honest nothing really special stood out with them.
Overall for $72, I expected more out of this place considering I felt I could've spent $40 on the two of us at an Applebees down the road and had similar and same tasting food as this place.
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