When relatively full really to noisy to carry on a conversation unless you are right next to the other person. All surfaces in the room are hard so all sounds bounce around.
Though I go to the SV4S frequently (because of location), the food has become inedible, the service has become slow and it is too noisy to have a business meeting, and the pricing is ridiculous. Chefs always say that when dishes are picked up after a meal, "they don't lie". Well, all 5 our plates went back full. None of us could eat any of the gfood,
Good service and dishes were prepared expertly.
Unusually slow service
Unusually unaccommodating kitchen to dietary preferences
From the valet parking all the way through my birthday dinner, everything was perfect. The waiter was fantastic, the bread was soft and warm, the appetizers (mushrooms) were lovely to look at and better to eat; the wild boar pasta small plate was so good I wished I'd ordered it as my entree'. Hubby had the $85 New York and said it was fantastic. My lobster tails were perfectly done and dessert was yummy. A perfect ending to a beautiful day!
Scott was an amazing server! We made our birthday anniversary celebration evening very special!
Squab and beet puree bucatini was amazing. The rest of the meal was good, not exceptional.
Great place to eat with friends, clients, family. Food is not only beautiful, it tastes great!
Just a fantastic meal, excellent service, wonderful setting!
Holiday dinner with grandparents
Great experience with good and stadf
As usual, this is an easy to get to place. Good parking, great service, upscale ambiance. A bit expensive and it can be loud, so ask for a quite place for business meeting. It worked for us on a recent meeting.
Very nice ambience. Gracious service; quiet.
Prices are a total ripoff. I had the chicken which was an adequate portion, well cooked. The accompaniments, two vegetables and an eggplant purée in such microscopic amounts, buried in a cloying sauce which masked their identity. They mDe a substitution for me which they said might cost extra until I shamed them out of it.
There were only two of us, and we had chicken and pasta respectively and had no appetizer, soup, dessert or wine, so this was in no way reflective of the quality of the overall menu, certain entrees of which, alone were $75. If you had a full, multi course meal with a glass of wine with tip, could be ~ $150.
I would place this in the hotel rip-off category, so if you go, be ready for a hefty wallet biopsy which I do not think is value received for ordinary dining.