The Huddle advertises "fine dining" and presents the trappings -- an "amuse bouche" to start and sorbet between courses. Unfortunately, neither the food nor the service match these pretensions. A bottle of white wine was served without offering a chance to taste it, and it wasn't chilled. Both fish and chicken were overcooked to the point of being totally dried out. The waiter said he would pass along complaints to the chef, but no one followed up.
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