Before Tinto's was here - this place had a great veranda. It still does. Make that two veranda's. The old place used the two separate restaurants and verandas to break it into Japanese and Chinese restaurant areas. This one can't figure out what to do w/ it or how to serve it.
The service was slow - despite how completely empty it was at the time. (They were in a meeting, explained the very pleasant waiter who approached us twenty minutes after we were seated). The Paella is truly the worst I've ever tasted, regardless of the price. The waiter explained when we reluctantly noted to that it was really dry and lacked seafood, that it was the "authentic version". Nice line, and I like a crusty bottomed paella, but dry throughout, lacking flavor, and lacking seafood with a portion that doesn't really serve two people for $40 - just doesn't cut it. (Though there's probably enough dry rice to feed two, and I resorted to trying to pour some olive oil on it to make it better, there wasn't even two of each seafood item in it, so divvying it up becomes tricky.).
A basic cold appetizer plate, plus the free bread and oil - all suffered from the measly portion, no value, no taste issue. Not good. $125 later including a mediocre couple of glasses of wine each - and I predict, despite the veranda, this place is going to be out of business soon.
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