As a regular donor and patron of the MFA and a Boston resident I am ashamed of the shockingly poor dining option inside the museum. Bravo's food is consistently overpriced, mislabeled and downright dishonest. Salads come out limp and wilted; "heirloom" tomatoes come out as mealy beefsteak tomatoes doused in cheap olive oil; every soup has had its flavors drowned in cream; and every meat dish comes out significantly undercooked or tough. The servers, while often kind and well-trained, are impossibly thinly spread and everything seems to run slowly. I will go to the New American Cafe under duress but honestly do not think either upscale restaurant in the museum is worth paying more for over the simple cafeteria, to say nothing of the acceptable dining options in the northeastern neighborhood. The MFA is truly a world-class museum and perhaps my favorite in the US all things considered- but dine elsewhere!