My husband and I came for our 34th anniversary dinner. Started with a cocktail at the bar, listening to some great piano and singing. Perhaps though, our first clue of the evening should have been the bartender, since she just wasn't quite with it. Oh we'll, on to our two top table, with lovely view, delightful. We ordered a bottle of wine, they didn't have it. Was given a suggestion, it was fine, but higher priced. Over wine, my husband is giving me an anniversary gift, and waiter keeps trying to get our order. I firmly told him "later, we're in no hurry". Should have been our first clue. Order dinner, husband's lamb is good, my duck and pheasant confit is a mixed bag. Should be butter tender, but what they tell me was pheasant, was dry as a bone and looked like chicken. When waiter asks how dinner is, I tell him, he brings over manager, and they do apologize and offer me more of the tender meat, but I am bummed out by now with dry meat and vegetables. They cut price for meal in half, and while that was nice, the waiter said to the manager that this is the third time this has happened. Why keep the item on the menu if it isn't prepared correctly? The crowning event is dessert, when I ask for a dessert menu, and waiter says oh, I can tell you, and rattles off a list. By this time we're so disenchanted that we pass. Overall reaction? Meh, we can find other restaurants that have better service and food. This is sad, since we have been cloning here for years.
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