Mussels were decent but needed more white wine and garlic in their broth. The mac and cheese tasted like velveta, a coagulated velveta at that. The mushrooms were delicious, probably the best side of the night. The bread was also interesting, very doughy which I happen to enjoy. There were also notes of honey or some ingredient I couldn't make out which added to the nice flavor of the bread.
As for the entrees - we got an 8oz filet and the Beef Medallions Bordelaise. The filet was way over cooked and had to be sent back. I ordered medium rare and it came out almost well done. When it came back the second time it was very nice. As for the medallions they were tough as leather and the sauce tasted like a soy sauce reduction.
Overall not impressed, I think I'll stick with Clydes.
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