Review: Caffe Fortunato
There's a new must-eat dish in town. Imagine this: a wood-fire cooked pizza, the crust bubbled and charred, the red sauce tangy with just a hint of sweetness, the mozzarella melty and mellow.
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#1 Nov 24, 2010
Our experience was not so positive. Our first problem came as the restaurant was so dark we could not read the menu. The waiter offered no assistance. I asked if he had fish and he told me about a whole sea bass, which I ordered. It came out looking like two small pieces of tilapia that was grilled too hard and I had trouble cutting it with a fork. We mentioned it to the waiter and asked for the manager. We saw and heard him talking loudly to a couple two tables behind us. After many minutes, the hostess went to him again to tell him of our concern. It was many minutes later before he came over and asked what was the problem. When we explained that it was cooked too hard, he claimed that it looked beautiful and there was nothing wrong with it. I asked for it to be taken away only to have the manager put it in a doggy bag and make the poor waiter bring it to our table. We found the manager to be very rude and ended up paying $26. for a piece of fish I couldn't eat. It came with no sides or salad, so I left without having anything to eat. Great customer no-service! We give it 4 thumbs down.
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