Arrived on a rainy Saturday evening at 7pm. Restaurant was barren. In spite of this the hostess seated us smack-dab in the centre of the restaurant. Considering it was evening dinner hour, the music was blaring to the point we had difficulty hearing each other across our table (no, we're not old either). We asked for the music to be turned down a bit, it barely was reduced. The night had a chill in it because of the rain and wind, yet the roll doors were fully open making it occasionally uncomfortable. It was so cold even our waitress was wearing a heavy winter jacket while working! Our waitress was obviously very inexperienced and timid and could barely be heard over the music. Though she was very sweet, she clearly was not confident on what to do or when. Having waited tables all through university I had no problem with her service (and I tipped her very well as a result), since she was clearly trying. We ordered our drinks, which seemed to take a very long time considering we were the only patrons. Our drinks arrived and we ordered appetizers (chicken pot stickers). The pot stickers were excellent, however the waitress didn't solicit our entree orders when she brought the appetizer (as she should have). My wife ordered a Jack the Ripper, which was very weak. Our main meal arrived and it was hot and well presented. Again, the waitress didn't know that the appetizer dishes should have been cleared beforehand and simply placed our plates on top of our appetizer dishes. The main courses were excellent, and portions were of a good size (not too much, not too little). We ordered margaritas, which were also weak. After finishing our main, we decided to leave and our cheque arrived quickly.
Overall, the food was good, but not worth what I paid (total bill was ~$120 before tip). The staff didn't seem to be aware of the customers' needs based on the windows being open on a cold night, and the music blaring during the dinner hour. There are better restaurants,Won't return.