This was our first time eating here. We had heard good things and decided to try it during Restaurant Week. During this week a lot of restaurants have fixed price, 3 course meals at a discount over the usual prices. We were seated immediately at our reservation time. The restaurant was maybe half full. The waitress took our drink order about 12 min after we were seated. Brought the drinks our about 15 min later. Mean while we are still waiting to order. She dropped the drinks off and said she would be right back but I had to signal her 10 min later and basically force her to take our order. It wasn't like she was helping another table either...she just disappeared. Once she took our order food came out in decent time. We ordered a bread basket as we were pretty hungry at this point. Pop-over was great and baguette good and served with nice creamy butter. For apps we had she crab soup, chicken lumpia, and shrimp. The soup was luke warm and thin/watery versus thick and creamy. Also a little too peppery but the big complaint was that it was barely warm. Lumpia was also just luke warm.
For dinner we had surf and turf which was good, crab cake that was described by the person eating it as "on point" , and the pork loin which was also very good. The mac and cheese that came with pork was barely warm but had good flavor and consistency. The veggies that came with the surf and turf were room temperature for the 2 people who ordered that meal. Drink were refilled very slowly thru out the meal. The restaurant filled up around the time our dinner came out and service actually seemed to improve as there was noticeably more wait staff. The desserts were the best part. The pot de creme chocolate was amazing, mile high key lime was divine, and bread pudding was declared "better than grandma's" which was high praise.
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