All I can say is this place used to be good. Stared off the night with the Korean fried chicken which I can say is the only thing any of us had that we would order again. Then the calamari which would have been better as a cold frutti di mare salad than the lukewarm sautéed bits of squid that it was, served with stale crostini. My first main course was the Manhattan filet. I ordered it blue rare. It came out well done 50% of the way through and then rare for a sliver of the center. It was also not a filet but a tough sinewy slab of some other cut of a beef. It was also marinated in something which clashed with all the other flavors on the plate. Only the sautéed broccolini was worth eating. I sent it back and swapped it for the shrimp and grits. Another fail. The dish was soupy. The grits were somehow thin and over laden with cheese; of such a consistency they could not be eaten with a fork. It was also topped with a sauce possibly tomato based, thin, with a component of beer or wine which had not been completely cooked down. The shrimp were small, over seasoned and over cooked. I wasn’t going to send a second dish back so I just stopped eating. My mom had the pork belly. While better than my two choices the plating was awkward. A large square piece of belly on a bed of slippery maux choux on a small plate with no extra room to cut the meat. The sweet potato gnocchi it came with were fried to being over crisp but then soaked in the sauce of the dish which left them gummy.
Service was prompt and polite but completely betrayed by the kitchen.
Sadly, I won’t be going back.
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