The menu looked good and the restaurant in one of the old buildings on historic 25th street looked interseting with lots of exposed brick and a nice conservatory on the back.
Sadly, the service was lacking from the moment we arrived. On arrival asked if we had a reservation to which we replied yes. 10 minutes later we were still waiting to be seated, even though the restaurant at that point was half empty.
Menus, drinks and food all took a long time to arrive. It is a shame as the menu and food were good. We tried the calamari for starters and the ahi tuna steaks for the main course. The chef cooked the tuna to perfection and it tasted extremley fresh, but it had obviously taken the waiter a long time to bring it out as it was stone cold. By this time we had waited so long for it to arrive that we decided to eat it anyway otherwise we would probably still be there.
I noticed a lot of people coming in with reservations and waiting 10-15 minutes to be seated even though there were clean tables empty. The waiter seemed to think it was more important to clear tables than sit people down. One party got so feed up they seated themselves.
Saw a few people we knew in the restaurant and all had the same problem. We did talk to someone else who ate there a few days later when it was quieter and they said the service was fine. May be best to avoid on a Monday night. A number of restaurants are closed on Sundays and Mondays which means those that are open do get very busy.
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