Disappointing with a capital D.
We introduced our selves on entry to the maitre d' who also served in the same capacity in the Medici two nights prior. Even though we had reservations he seated us close to the kitchen and directly in front of the waiters' workstation. We received a basket of several types of bread and each ordered soup. My wife's Manhattan chowder was delicious as was my soup du jour, a spicey multi-bean soup that rocked. Things deteriorated after that. My wife ordered sesame tuna accompanied by spinach and mashed potatoes. The tuna was tasty, but dropped off the eye appeal chart because it was grey - ugh! I did not fare much better with my grilled scallops, potato cake and fruit salsa. The dish contained an amazing number of medium sized sea scallops, but they were very tough suggesting either having been overcooked or previously frozen. I guess we should have followed the old adage "when in Rome ......" and ordered steak.