My husband and I decided to try this restaurant for two reasons - we live close by and we had an Entertainment card. I had read the reviews which were quite varied, but decided to give it a chance.
We were seated quickly, and the menu was brought. Obviously the food choices change from time to time, as the menu items were listed on a blackboard and put on a chair for viewing. This did not include descriptions of how each item was prepared. Our server was new, and although very pleasant, was not too familar with each item. We ordered the veal, and venison, and a bottle of French white wine. The wine could have been more chilled. The food was pleasant, but definitely not spectacular. Both meals looked the same, in a dark sauce, one pretty much tasted the same as the other, except for mild difference in texture of the meat.
We presented the Entertainment card with the credit card for payment, and it was not honoured. We questioned this, and could not really understand the reason given - something like we needed to spend $30 per entree to qualify. I thought perhaps I has missed something in the Entertainment book, but did not want to query this in the restaurant. I was told that I should consider the situation "a blessing as I could return to the restaurant"! I thought this most odd to say the least.
I checked the Entertainment Book on returning home, and the description was clear - "Up to $17 discount when an entree of equal or greater value was ordered" which was the case. I phoned the restaurant, and they agreed, and said to return with my bill and they would rectify the situation. I did this, and received the money, but no apology and no concern at all about what happened. This, to me, seems a very strange way to treat a customer, and I will certainly not be returning to this restaurant.
I would suggest if you have an Entertainment Card you are hoping to use here, to be clear it should be honoured.