We went their last night being a Friday we booked a table for 2, when we arrived we were seated promptly after waiting for attention for some time. We ordered 2 cokes and the zucchini flowers to start, the dish was average as the stuffing was bland, runny ricotta (I\'ve made it better myself). We ordered the Roles Royce of the menu to really test this place out - The Seafood Platter for 2. It came quick but the mussels came quite some time later in a separate dish. Immediately I thought \'oh no\' it was on a 2 tier platter and I couldn\'t even see the top of it, everything was a mess nothing made any sense, there was repeat on each level of the same thing. The large metal skewers were impractical so I didn\'t bother trying to rip of the seafood like a caveman using the tiny amount of space that was left on the table to actually eat the food! No chips, no salad, no side sauces, no fried seafood, just a big marinated, overcooked jumble that was ALL cold by the way. The lobster mornay was freezing cold. Huge disappointment. The service was up to par so I gave it one star however it doesn\'t make up for realllly bad food. They packed most of it up in a bag because we were struggling to eat the cold mess. We planned to try a dessert so we got a ricotta cheesecake to go, it was fine but the brandied cream was too strong.
Overall this place needs a reality check, seems as soon as places focus on the marketing the food drops. If this is their most expensive thing I would expect it to be the bees knees. We\'ve had a better seafood platter for $40 no kidding! So for a $200 bill I can tell you the place is worth skipping. Nothing fancy here except the PR. Save your money guys!