The flavors of coastal France, Spain and Italy are brought into play at this restaurant, serving as the inspiration and the culinary backbone for such ... More
The flavors of coastal France, Spain and Italy are brought into play at this restaurant, serving as the inspiration and the culinary backbone for such dishes as Bouillabaisse Marseleillaise and Osso Buco Fandango. Dishes are peppery, flavorful and rich. Order a selection of tapas as an appetizer. The bill will be high, but the place encourages diners to follow the European habit of stretching dinner into a three-hour experience. The interior is warm and handsome. The glowing natural tones of light wood are used in everything from the furnishings to the ceiling to the trim on the windows.
My husband and I recently found this lovely restaurant in Pacific Grove. The menu selections were very good. I highly recommend their canneloni nicoise for an entree. Excellent. My husband had osso bucco. Another very flavorful and delightful dish. While the prices are higher than norm, the service and presentation are impeccable. Our server advised us of the prices of all specials and answered all our questions. Fresh flowers and beautiful vases adorned the tables. We were seated at a cozy table for two near the fireplace. Very enjoyable evening. We will definitely return.
We went to Fandango for a family birthday dinner - the food wasn't great - soggy fried fish, some luke warm servings and bland paella. Furthermore a few of us had different specials - the waiter did not quote the prices and we were quite suprised when the bill came - All of the specials were at least three times what the regularly priced menu items were (i.e. the special entree we ordered was $75 and special appetizer was $24). The waiter hadn't told us the pricing on the specials - which clearly should happen when they are so high. When we complained to the manager (owner?) he told us that our waiter had been with him since the beginning and he "always" quotes the special prices. He clearly hadn't quoted the prices and based upon other reviews on this website it seems common that the waiters omit to quote the prices. They also double charged us for one of our entrees. I really felt that this was deliberately done. We won't go back and I would suggest that you go to another restaurant.
Very cozy place. Good food. Problem is the waiter did not tell us the price of the specials. We assumed they were close to the most expensive item. Bill came and one item was $75. Called the next day and spoke to the owner. Told us we were not listening because all the waiters are told to inform customers of the special prices. Informed him this was not done. After listening to him for 10 minutes explain his policy he finally said "he was sorry." I feel if businesses want you to return and tell others about their place you please the customer. This was not done and because of this we will not return.
I wouldn't bring kids to this restaurant unless you really like spending money. The selections for kids is not great. The food was good - not fantastic - and the prices were too high. Very noisy in the main room - if the restaurant is full.
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