We were looking for a place to eat and stopped by to look at the posted menu to see if this place would suffice. We were not there very long before a gentleman materialized out of nowhere to promote their homemade pasta and various seafood dishes. It sounded good, so we had a seat.
It was only a manner of minutes before we had our wine and water and our orders were taken. We were off to a good start and an enjoyable meal.
The food arrived and it was actually quite good, better than I expected and we pretty much cleaned our plates. While we were eating we couldn't help but notice that anytime someone came even remotely close to that posted menu, this same gentleman was instantly at their side to explain their specials. This was obviously how he enticed customers into the restaurant and the pattern was predictable (and entertaining).
So, while the first part of our experience was quite good and the food more than satisfying, the challenge for us came when we tried to get the check. It took several requests (and about 20 min) from the time we first asked to the time the check actually arrived and we were able to pay. By then, we were tired and satiated and all we wanted to do was pay and leave. And, unfortunately, since it was at the end of our meal, it had a negative impact on the rest of our experience.
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