It all felt rather amateurish, the front of house manager whilst unfailingly polite she spent a long time telling us what was unavailable on the menu.
The menu which was simply printed on a word processor should not of been presented with 4 or 5 items unavailable.
Similarly the drinks where in the spirits there was a lack of premium scotch or vodkas.
One item missing on the food menu was polenta chips, with the excuse Chefs been too busy to make them, for goodness sake they take about 6-8 minutes of active time.
The steak I was served with a request for rare came out at best medium maybe over.
The chef when he did a walk around the dining room said he thought the steak was a bit short of medium but agreed not rare.
The real issue I had was the steak was so thin it could never have been cooked rare, and I should of been advised rare is not available.
My entree of Ceviche of kingfish was very good, my wife's salmon was fine her desert overly sweet.
I can see what they are trying to do here, but the front of house lacks the polish to carry it off and the kitchen lack skill and insight (with the exception of the chef who did the entree)
Should at the price be better but I forgot the old adage of don't done in restaurants with a view, the view is lovely.
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