As a lover of sundried tomatoes, I was drawn to Sundried Tomato Cafe through its name. We were promptly seated, but our waitress did not even begin to speak to us until 15 min after we set down. We quickly ordered our drink, and the waitress came back to take our dinner order (we later found out that she had omitted to tell us the special of the night). Between my friend and I, we had ordered the Sea Bass of Filet of Beef. Both entrees were EXCELLENT~!!! the Sea Bass was cooked just right with a special asian inspired glazed, and the Filet of Beef was tender, but still retain a meaty texture. The mushroom and onion sauce on the Filet was a great accent to the flavorful meat. We were pleasantly surprise, since the welcome was not so warm. However, after the entree, the disappointment comes again, as the waitress quickly brought us the bill without even asking if we were interested in any coffee or dessert. We ended up ordering the creme brulee anyway, which also proved to be a mistake. For a restaurant like Sundried Tomato, you would not expect the creme brulee to have a ""skin"" textured on the caramelized sugar. The dessert must have sat in a refrigerator inside for a long while.