Not enough words to describe how bad it was! Nothing was authentic. The so-called bruschetta was pizza dough, not toast. The pizza dough itself was limp and bready (this is a brick oven mind you). No napkins or silverware until we asked for it. The pizza and salad came out out before the appetizer, which we promptly cancelled. The so-called creme brulle was cheesecake. They brought us the wrong wine and opened it without showing the bottle. The Greek salad was good, however. I felt sorry for the waitress, who kept apologizing and was obviously overworked. The management and chef should be ashamed of themselves.
Posted: 2/14/2009 • Link to this review
When I go to most restaurants, I don't expect to be surprised and delighted. My mom actually picked this one out, and boy am I glad she did. We had a wonderful lunch buffet. On the way out, I told the manager, Amin, that I really enjoyed the food, and he seemed so appreciative. Apparently he had talked to my parents when I stepped away, and wished them a safe trip home to TX. So, about two months later I called to see if they could host an office Christmas party for us, and he remembered me. The staff loved the restaurant, the service was wonderful, and the manager even bought us a bottle of desert wine on the house. (I'm sure he can't do that for everyone though ;) They are just all so nice there and the food is amazing! Give it a shot!! (Oh yeah, it's so chic inside...like a little bit of Buckhead in Roswell)
Posted: 2/11/2009 • Link to this review