We had reservations for 5:30PM on Sunday. Was hoping for a lovely view at that time, but nope, it was raining and cloudy. There was 4 of us, 2 adults and 2 kids.
I started with the Oysters which tasted amazing but very, very, very, tiny portion. My hubby had the Tomato Bisque as well as the 2 kids (they shared a dine out dinner). They really liked it.
For the main entrees, hubby and I had the New York steak. He thought it was great, I found it to be a tasteless piece of meat!! It was a fair size portion. Came with two tiny potatoes and a little scoop of vegetables. The kids had the gnochetti and they LOVED it. I thought the portion size of the pasta was rather small.
For dessert, the kids and I had the Chocolate Creme Brule and hubby had the Poached Pear Bread Pudding. The kids didn't like the brule. It was OK but it was not a brule. It tasted more like a pudding than a custard. Also, the top was soft not hardened sugar.
The bread was tasty.
The service was ok. She wasn't overly friendly and didn't care to make converstaion on anything. Didn't seem pleased that the kids were there too, eventhough they were behaving. Usually, if people are sharing meals, they would split them in the kitchen, but she just brought the extra bowl for the soup and an extra plate for the pasta, and it was akward dividing it up.
The atmosphere was nice. The place looked the same as before the fire.
Overall, because it was Dine Out, and we only had to pay $28 for the three course meal, it was worth it but I would be very disappointed if I ordered from the main menu. We will probably go back, like we do every year for my husbands birthday, but only with the Entertainment coupon.