We heard great things about this place - how beautiful it is, how beautiful the food is, and so on. I have to say, when we walked in and saw the wall of wine encased in glass and all the tile and stone we thought this is going to be awesome. And that's about where the good part ended. Our service was slow. Our server didn't know the beverages we ordered. We got the wrong drinks, delivered by someone else. Worse, the place was busy. My husband had thai food and I opted for sushi. Value?! We ate at Nobu last time we visited New York City and I remarked that $15 seems like an awful lot for a sushi roll. This place has rolls for $15, $16, and $17!! Don't get me wrong, I appreciate the presentation, but for that price, I expect something REALLY good, not something average. I would call it "imitation sushi" - you know, average fish that is dressed up to look good, but the taste just isn't there. Too much going on. My husbands thai food was average and a little spicy to be honest. The food was slow arriving and our server was at times, nowhere to be found. We had dinner at Hinoki while we were in town - the fish was awesome and we met Chi Chi at the sushi bar. He made us wonderfully artistic food which was simpler, better and far less expensive. We also had lunch at the Ruan Thai Hut after playing golf in Hilton Head Plantation. It's very small, but the food was excellent. The morale of the story is, if you want good sushi, go to Hinoki. If you want good thai food, go to Ruan. And if you want good service, go somewhere else. Such a shame because I agree - the place is one of the prettiest restaurants I've seen.
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