Thanks for the feedback on T Fusion Steakhouse (except for the one nasty, mean-spirited, and "over the top" personal rant, which I'm glad to see was quickly deleted by the Chowhound Team). I tried to describe my own experience there fairly, and honestly, and though some of you had very different experiences I believe that yours are valid as well for the particular time that you were there; and I respect your reports and opinions. I think that honest opinions are what Chowhound is supposed to be about.
The very mixed feedback confirms the problem that I see with just about all the kosher restaurants I've been to. I don't think that it's so much that different people have higher, or lower expectations - but that the food and service are frustratingly inconsistent from visit to visit, so it's hard to count on them. When you read a good review, you have a right to expect that your experience will be just as good. When you're spending your money, you expect a consistently nice experience, (and even more so when you're bringing guests).
I'm sure that this is a problem with non kosher restaurants as well, but I have a feeling that the "best of the best" can be counted on pretty consistently. Are there any particular kosher restaurants that you've returned to at least several times and have found that they for the most part live up to expecatations?
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