An irritable waiter recited a VERY long list of 'specials' with such a heavy accent, that by the time he finished we couldn't choose/remember what was said. Nothing against accents, but a list to read of so many items would have been so preferable. When we asked for a shorter repeat, he wasn't glad to do it...
We waited nearly a half hour for appetizers.
My choice of scallops on a bed of leeks was misleading; the scallops were fine, but they were on a very heavy cream sauce with a few strands of leeks.
My husband's veal scallopini, chosen because it should have been a classic (& they were out of the fish he wanted), was awful: oily & tough to chew. Truly awful.
This wasn't a cheap meal. If you want to eat on the waterfront, try Blu Pointe.
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