Cynthia's needs some help. The grand old lady is tired. The food is out of the 80s. The wine list is about as conservative as one could get. Old decor is one thing, stodgy food another.
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Dined there Wed10 May with a party of 8. Have dined there 4 or 5 times over recent years and was great on food and service. We were really looking forward to it but the almost empty restaraunt should have been a warning to us....More
We had dinner here on Friday night. Was told they were fully booked but during our dining experience is was a only 50% full. Only reason I say this was I wanted a better table. The starters were great I had the wrapped oysters and...More
We were no strangers to Cynthia's Indigo Moon when we revisited the restaurant for dinner recently. The menu has remained unchanged for a number of years, and while the owners might argue that it jas proven to be satisfactory to date, we've come to find...More
From making the booking to paying the bill, we were pleasantly surprised at the level of detail the staff attends to in order to create an excellent dining experience. We booked to celebrate our wedding anniversary, hoping for a romantic evening. We were welcomed with...More
Booking was smooth,upon our arrival at the restuarant we were offered free parking . The decor is old school ,we loved its charm. The waitrons are experienced and very knowledgeable about the establishment dishes. Great selection of wines. Great menu,love their rib eye,oxtail. I felt...More
Booked a special dinner for my husbands birthday. My son (8 years old) ordered a chicken snitchel from the main menu and received one the size of his hand( luckily whe didnt ordered the kiddie size for him). The rest of our food were tasty...More
...yet affordable!! Had a magical Valentine's dinner here. I was blown away by the charming, cozy yet upmarket decor , great service and unbelievable tasty food!!! Secure parking...A must visit!