My husband and I went there with a large group of friends so we took over the patio area. Nice enough out there, but I'm glad it wasn't hot outside yet because the tiny fans they have don't seem like they would do much good in the usual Texas heat. Also, very strangely and poorly designed, they led us to the patio through what looked like part of the restaurant's kitchen. Not a great way to start out, in my opinion. After some glasses of wine (not Texas wines as they're not that great) we finally settled into dinner. I ordered the Baked White Fish and my husband ordered the lasagna. He got the soup that came with the meal, and I the salad. The soup (potato sausage something or another) was served in a tiny cup and according to him was lackluster. My salad was a standard dinner salad and totally forgettable. His lunch-sized lasagna was completely overpriced ($16!!) and too salty for both of us. Again, lackluster. The flavor just wasn't there, unless you consider salty an achievable flavor. My fish (also overpriced at $18) was served with sides of overcooked, yet tough asparagus and penne pasta with pesto (say that 5 times fast) and a heaping helping of...you guessed it: Salt. I had to send it back. I got a new one that was now a dried up piece of semi-salty fish and pasta with too much pesto, plus the tough, yet soggy asparagus. I'm no expert on how to make pesto but I'm pretty sure it shouldn't have that much parmesan. I didn't have the energy to send it back again so I picked at some of it and munched on some garlic bread. I ordered the Chocolate Kahlua Cake for dessert because that's the one they make in-house and I wanted to give it a try (hello....chocolate and Kahlua!). It was ok, but nothing that made me hear angels sing or glory at the idea of it costing only $5. Plus the glop of aerosol whipped cream heaped on the side of it didn't inspire me, or any angels.
We actually had a restaurant.com coupon for $25 and this meal still took us for $70. Ok, so half of that was wine....
So we had overpriced, mediocre food, with pretty good service considering the size of our group. Overall I recommend you don't waste your money here.
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