Is this restaurant a sushi bar? Wild game? Traditional? All are on the menu which is several pages long. Food was average but not great. My filet mingnon was the long, thin tail end of the tenderloin. “F” for presentation. Restaurant was large and about half full and where did they seat a table of 5 women - right next to the kitchen door of course! Waitress made a big deal of desserts and the after a few minutes came back to tell me (birthday girl) they did not have my choice that night. Folks, unless you’re wild about sushi, there are plenty of other places in Fredericksburg.
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