YELP reviews on this spot a month ago and everyone just complained about how pricey it was and it wasn't worth it unless you go for there happy hour (4:30pm- 6:30pm & 9pm- 11pm & ALL day Sundays/ Mondays). We arrived at 5pm and were seated at the dining area within 5 minutes I would say. I didn't realize that happy hour was ONLY SERVED AT THE BAR. -.- I could have ordered $16 cheese/ chocolates for $8 instead. We were already seated, so whatever. Happy hour will have to wait til next time. This is our first date in a while, I guess it would be okay to splurge, right? My baby is so amazing to take me out for an expensive ass dinner and it's not even for any special occasion at all!
We ordered the 4-course meal for the couple ($96 + tax= $104 plus gave him $22 tip). The food was delicious, but definitely NOT WORTH the price you pay. Not AT ALL. I see what all the YELP folks were talking about. It was good, just not AMAZZZiNG good. At least we got to see/ taste for ourselves! :0)
1st-Course: fondue cheese, veggies, bread, tortilla chips, green apples. I wasn't too fond of the cheese, but I did try everything. Babe was drowning his picks with mounds of this gooey mess. The cheese was EXTREMELY stringy! I loved the texture, but there was a hint of something I didn't like, but I don't know what it is!! But you can even see in the picture howww cheesy this baby was!
2nd-Course: shrimp cerviche(sp.?) salad. This salad was soooo good!!! I especially loved the lime vinegarette w/ the crushed pineapple pieces. The avocados were delish too! It was more of a chunky guacamole texture. The garlic&wine seasoning the waiter gave us to sprinkle onto the salad was the perfect touch! Man, just looking at this makes me want some more..
3rd-Course: lobster tails, steak, chicken, veggies, raviolis, pork w/ boullion(sp.?) soup base, and sauces. It LOOKS amazing, tasted alright, the quantity was definitely not worth the price you are paying. Nothing I would brag about. (But I did happen to fall in love with there cream cheese/ sour cream/ chives/ parksley dip! Yummmmm..)
4th-Course:DEEE-ZERT! ying yang milk/white chocolate fondue, strawberries, rice crispies, bananas, cake pieces, jazzed up marshmallows, cheesecake. It definitely looked too pretty to eat!! :0) But of course, my ass dove in right after I put the camera down. The whole thing was scrumptious! You can't go wrong with dipping yummy treats into warm melted chocolate, it's simple and satisfying!
BTW-- I added some fancies to my nails. Anyways, good night, folks! I'm off to watch the newest episode of "Archer" on FX with the boys!<3