Food- it is very expensive here, so I expect excellent food. It was bland, the sauces overly heavy and rich. Too much fat, and not enough herbs, spices, etc. The braise was something I'd expect at a family dining restaurant.
Service- the tables were set so close together that the waiters kept bumping into my seat as he passed by, very uncomfortable. The waiters did not interact with us anywhere beyond, "can I take your order". even when my friend asked questions, many times he answered "I dont know" did not even offer to go and find out for us. No suggestive selling, or even a hello.
Ambiance - only reason the ambiance doesnt get a 1 is beacuse it does have a little bit of a view-though not one of the better waterfront views. The chairs are terribly uncomfortable, the room looks like it was designed for photographs, and not for people to actually use. -the menu is printed on a folded up piece of paper, that doesnt match the high prices either.
Overall-considering what you have to pay for this, the supposed fine dining aspect of this restaurant, I say its definitely worth missing. If it was a family dining restuarant, and the prices were about half I would probably give both the food and service higher points. But you have to consider what market they've put themselves in. For the four of us it cost almost $400 fo dinner including tax & tip. For that amount of money I expect at least a little effort on the food and service.
Hopefully this addresses every point clearly enough.