The outside of the restaurant is very nice and the inside, albeit small, is charming with great paintings on the wall, nice lighting, and cool video monitors on the wall. The price is reasonable.\r
The problems I have with Reef's are threefold:\r
1) My wife and I both felt ignored from the time I walked in the door by the staff. Two waiters and a cook focused their attention on a table of 8, while we were forced to wave an employee down just so we could order our meal, and ultimately, get our check.\r
2) The entree of couscous I ordered was the most bland soup I've tasted in quite a long time. My wife's tabouli was o.k., nothing great, and very small.\r
3) If one is going to visit in a party of two, good luck finding a table. They have a number of large tables for bigger groups but due to the size of the place, there are probably only 4 tables for couples. We were forced to sit at the hard bar stools at the bar, while the tables for 4 and up sat vacant the entire time we were there.
Pros: Ambience, location, and decent price
Cons: lack of attention, bland meals, and chairs were uncomfortable