Easter Brunch. 3 course meal, sounded ok for the money. Appetizer selected listed caviar amongst the ingredients but was only 2 caviar eggs! My daughters filet steak had a piece of raw fat attached to it. Desserts of pana cotta were fine.
Service was quite slow, pretty miserable and unhelpful. I asked if they served non alcoholic cocktails so that my younger daughter wouldn’t feel left out, the response was “not really”. I later asked for a specific non alcoholic cocktail and this appeared immediately. How strange...
It’s rare to spend money like this on a meal and not have anything left to box up to go. If you want to leave a restaurant still feeling hungry after spending $50 each, this is the place to come.
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