We had family visiting for Thanksgiving and took them here because it was near their hotel. Wish we hadn't. Like most people, we ate in the lounge because the formal dining room is so over-priced. The menu looks great--very eclectic. But execution was a big disappointment. One of us had a cashew-crusted mahi mahi. The fish looked like it had spent a year in the freezer, or maybe it was just overcooked. Another had "stir-fried beef with noodles," but the sauce was thick as molasses (looked like molasses) and almost in-edibly sweet. I had an interesting "spring roll salad," which was a deconstructed spring roll with red leaf lettuce wrapped in rice paper. But my "pulled pork tacos" were overstuffed and dripping with grease. The guacamole on the side looked like it was a couple days old. Ravioli with house marinara sauce got a good report (way too much sauce, though) as did the burger. The wines by the glass--we tried sauvignon blanc and a pinot noir--we terrific. Service was pleasant and efficient enough.
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