We are New York residents who visited the place for dinner. The waiters behaviour was a warning sign I should have payed more attention to from the beginning. He was patronizing and was sure about that we were tourists from a far away underdeveloped country and treated us like such. My husband ordered a scampi dish, but as they were out of scampi ( it was the day after the storm) they agreed to make the same dish with chicken instead. I ordered chicken piccata. When the dishes arrived we knew we made a biiiig mistake. Spagetti with some unidentifiable sauce with three small stripes of chicken, was what the scampi dish for 22 dollars turned into. I got exactly the same spagetti to my piccata. The taste? A Tv dinner is 100 times better. But the worst was yet to come. When the check arrived they still wanted to charge the 22 dollars for the scampi/ chicken dish. We complained, so they changed the price to 18 dollars. Then we realized that they automatically put on an 18%(!!!) service charge. You can put service charge on the check if the party is 6 people or larger. We were 3. We always tip between 15-20% but, we do not want anyone to decide for us to do so. Especially when we are far from satified. They reducted the tip from the check in the end, but by that time we were really upset. Oh yes one more thing. They served our friends bier in a wineglas. In New York! Midtown! So my recommendation, avoid it! Waste of money! Walk down to 3:rd avenue, what is full of nice small restaurants med authentic cousine from all over the world!
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