[QUOTE=Soundgod;929613]I need to see the menu first.
A classic example of this is The Wave, which I couldn’t wait to open.
However, I’m currently in no hurry to try the Wave until they roll out version 2.0 of their menu.
Raglan Road is also an example. When I first heard “Irish food” my nose turned up and the first menu confirmed my suspicions. Their version 2.0 menu changed enough for me to happily give them a try.[/QUOTE]
Yeah, but sometimes on paper a menu may not do the dishes justice. We went to the Wave & it was DELICIOUS. I wasn’t really enthused when I read the menu on AllEars but after seeing the dishes other people had & trying two different entrees my husband and I LOVE the food there.
As far as Raglan Road goes well… you can see a menu from Raglan Road with “Sheperds Pie” on it and look at a menu from the Irish Pub down the street with “Shepard’s Pie” on it but if you ordered both they could be 100% different.
I personally think a dining experience is valued on WAY more than just the words printed on a menu. But that’s just me.
I think we are going to give Sanaa a try in June!