We arrived around 7:45 PM on a Saturday night, and I was expecting to have to wait in a crowd to be seated. On the contrary, there was hardly a person in sight. The hostess kindly sat us - right next to the other two occupied tables in the restaurant. This place is gigantic, and the majority of seats were empty. I can understand sitting people together: it's a little less awkward than sitting alone in one of the many huge, vacant rooms.
We were sat next to a double dating couple free of the inhibitions of quiet conversation, intimacy, or privacy. It was like we were sitting with them at their table, except we were a good 5' away in the sea of empty tables.
The servers were very nice and polite, and attempted to break the ice with jokes.
I started with the the tuna (ahi?) appetizer. It was alright, but nothing to write home about. In terms of bang/buck, it was about 50%. My spouse ordered the stuffed mushrooms, which were very tasty: 100% bang.
The veal was a very sizeable portion, with a side of pasta that may have been mistaken for the main dish. More than enough.
The grouper I had was very good, if a tiny bit dry. What can I say about the crab meat? It was on top of the grouper. The asparagus was cooked well and lightly seasoned, and the mashed potatoes were mashed potato-y. For a place with such a variety of options, mashed potatoes seem like a wasted opportunity.
The desserts are what shined (although I say this as someone who only watched dessert being eaten 2nd hand). Sometimes Tiramusi can taste frozen and pre-made, but their tiramisu was no such thing. It was fresh, moist, and the rum-soaked cake was superb.
Overall, the food was good, the service was good, but it was definitely not worth the price.