Try to imagine what can go wrong with your dining experience...and you will find it all there!\r
Apparently, the 26-year-long owner got rid of this establishment at the beginning of this year in order to purchase more profitable place down-town Plymouth, and everything went down the hill since then. The food is simply?bad, bad, bad! You wouldn?t normally send back to the kitchen a baked potato, French fries, or a cup of soup, but at Farwell?s you will! And let me mention here that the food is not cheap: the prices range from $8-$10 for appetizers, to $30.95 for Alaskan king crab legs. The French fries were raw inside, the potato was cold, and the chicken noodle soup, besides being over-salted and over-peppered?lacked?noodles! Our waitress didn?t know much about specials for the evening so she kept going back and forth between our table and the kitchen and couldn?t really recommend anything. Then we found out the list of items unavailable that evening: perch?an ingredient in almost half of fish entrees on the menu; crab stuffing used in at least three other dishes; prime rib-apparently served only on weekends; and ?butter (they only head margarine for bread and baked potatoes)! We thought it was?well, unacceptable for the restaurant with high-end prices, and mostly steak-and-seafood menu. When our entrees arrived, my girlfriend complained that Garlic Roasted Chicken Angelina was supposed to be served over angel hair pasta, but there was an enormous pile of soup noodles instead, and we found out that?it?s supposed to be served like that! We barely touched our food. Our server was genuinely concerned and apologetic; one could tell she really felt bad for us although the poor dining experience was not her fault. Overall we fell we were robbed, and expected to leave the tip at the end! Let this story be a cautionary tale--Farwell is far from being well!!
Pros: Ambience; Bread;
Cons: No parking space; Bad food; Rude staff; Overpriced menu;