by Nicole L. on
AS A RESTAURANT, this place stinks. We came in a big group for a friend's birthday. Our server was really polite, professional, and always willing to accomodate our needs. However, the menu can be very misleading. I ordered the "hearts and palm" salad because I wanted something simple. You know what they gave me?? Three giant, whole, uncut leaves of romaine lettuce, and a couple of olives sprinkled in there!! This would prob fly in a high-roller restaurant in beverly hills, but the quality of the food didn't even make up for it. The prices to portions ratio are stupid and everyone in our group hated what they ordered (which was a variety of things). I wish we had just paid attention to all the bad rateclubs reviews and gone to in-n-out across the street. Don't even bother testing out this place.
by Hunter Bo on
Service: Decent. The host and our server were very attentive and chatty throughout the evening, although moderately crass in manner . Food was served at a slow pace but I think that was their aim. Service at the bar was not unfriendly but, like other reviewers' experiences, I had to wait an unacceptable while to have my drink order taken while the bartender did a lot of chatting with co-workers. Atmosphere: Pretty to behold. This is one of those places that look ugly in pictures but nice in person. Big, soft, white beds with multiple gigantic pillows. The mattress absorbs shock well so that stepping on and off the bed does not make the food and drink topple over. Extremely comfortable. The room changes color with the lights. Music was bland and techno. It's a good place to be if you're one of those types who need to feel "hip and edgy." Also, there was something distinctly porno about the ambiance. Food: Instead of bread, you get popcorn. It was delicious. The first(raw salmon) and last course(a donut with ice cream) were terrific. Everything in between was okay to subpar. The lobster bisque reminded me of one of the better canned soups. My meat dish didn't taste very fresh, as the meat was chewy, tough, and lacked flavor. There was something else, some kind of paste, that tasted good but the sheer amount of it was overwhelming. The food, overall, wasn't awful, but overpriced for its failure to taste as good as its website boasts. Cocktails are weak. My Pumpkin Pie drink was okay tasting but weak as water. Two other friends ordered mojitos and hated them in every way. Entertainment: Plain stupid. An obese woman strip- dancing down to pasties and then later singing badly. A pointless mime skit. Watching our host change out of his woman's clothes into man's clothes--on top of watching him slide down the stair rail backwards in his dress throughout the evening. It was so bad it was painful. I'm surprised no one picked a booger and called it a show. Supperclub is gimmicky, which is a good or bad thing depending on the person. Outlandish displays(for a restaurant) in an attempt to mask its extreme mediocrity. Tries a bit too hard for my taste.