We came to this restaurant for dinner knowing it would be high end French cuisine and, for the most part everything was what we expected. The calamari appetizer, however, was over powered with a hot spice and one of the three presented tasted like bad fish (ammonia) which should have never happened in a restaurant purporting every dish to be a culinary masterpiece. Over all, our meals were very good and ingredients were fresh. The desserts were wonderful. Now for the unfortunate circumstance. As several other reviewers had mentioned, the chef's wife needs lessons in hospitality. We arrived not knowing that the ONLY food they would prepare for children was pasta. She stood by our table with a condescending expression and refused to offer anything else. We were made to feel unwelcomed and almost got up and walked out. The waitress finally said she would check with the chef and the outcome was positive.
Although our children (ages 7 & 9) could not appreciated the prix fixe meal selections, they are well behaved, culturally experienced children who have been in much higher end restaurants in great metropolitan cities. To have felt unwelcomed in a beach resort town that caters mainly to families is ludicrous.
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