The food was awesome, the waiter very attentive, the Chef, whom we found out later was the owner, very gracious. He made it a point to check on his entire guest. We even met a family who had just eaten there the night before and may have been regulars, confirmed the food was great and the careful listeners that we are, we took the liberty to order almost everything that the family referred to us until something we ordered neither met our expectation nor was presented as promised. With that in mind, a woman came to the table (may have been the co-owner) and almost demand with much personal negative attitude, that we accept the dish. Keep in mind we did not touch the item due to immediately knowing it was not what we expected, request to make it right or keep the wrong item. That was not enough for her, she went on to share this information with one of her employee that had nothing to do with the situation. At this point we had already ordered 4-5 items from the menu and was just getting started, instead, we closed the bill and left. My point is, money was not the factor because we had already spent a lot of money, was willing to spend even more and the tip of over 50% of the bill prove it was not about paying. It was about customer service and “paying” for what we ordered. Having my own business and blessed enough to have passed it alone to the next generation so that I may enjoy retirement, the main advice I left behind is, maintain integrity, before taking over my legacy (business), passion, potential and profit is needed to fulfill your purpose in life. You may lose profit, but don’t sleep and customers by making a decision that doesn’t feel right. Lastly, I shared with them work hard, but laugh harder. One of the most disturbing facts in this situation is that we saw two other tables return items, both half gone and the very same woman took it back with a smile. WOW, go figure.