I have delayed writing this review until I could find the right words. We shared a family meal here with 10 of us a couple of weeks ago. The food was beautifully presented and the menu offered a great variety. We'd been told that this was a great place to eat. As travelling Australians we were still getting our head around the Tipping in USA. In LA we'd been given an advice sheet which said that restaurants expected to get 15%. At the end of the meal, I arranged to sign the bill, and calculated what I thought was 15%, added it to visa sheet. To my horror (and that of the other people at our table) the head waiter came over to me with it and announced (so that all could hear) that the tip was not sufficient. I was shocked. Someone at the table told me to look at the tax and double it to give the tip amount - I very quickly did that BUT was very embarrassed to have been put into this situation. I still cannot believe that the head waiter did this to me. Had he called me over to the front desk and advised me quietly, I would have understood and complied happily. As it is, I felt so desperate to just fix up my mistake and get out of the place as fast as possible. This was not a desired result at all. In fact, the more I consider it, the more I wished that I could have just left it as it was and told this man how much of a bully he was being and how rude. I'm not sure I will ever visit this restaurant again - there'd certainly be a very sour taste in my mouth. Unfortunately for this, I'm going to mark the service as terrible - where in fact the service from the waiters was fine, but the head waiter destroyed all faith.