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When to this place with high expectations but in the end, just a another one of those independent places who try to be different but end up falling short. Food is average. Nothing fantastic. Everything on the menu is just a rehash of a current dish or previous stuff. Nothing's original. If you look at all thier photos, its always the same few things on the plate. So much for a place and head chef who prides itself in offering original creations. Service is slow and messy and waiters seem to know nothing. Only the 2 bosses seems to be able to do anything. And that in my opinion shows a flaw in the management of the restaurent. Worth only a single visit. Will not return.
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