While there was only one person taking orders tonight, I didn't really find the meal to go by too slowly. Rather, I found the staff to be quite efficient. Monday nights are usually particularly busy, and given that Solstice isn't a grab-and-go kind of restaurant, the given amount of time was certainly reasonable.
Towards the end of the night, another server came out to help with the remaining orders. Both servers were extremely friendly.
Food-wise, I did find the Seafood Crepe to be a tad saltier than expected, but nonetheless a tasty dinner. The Solstice Martini, one of the restaurant's special house cocktails, was a concotion consisting of gin, lime and lemon liquer, and pineapple juice. I requested for the gin to be left out of the drink, which resulted in a perfectly tangy and refreshing post-dinner beverage.
The cappuccino was a bit more powdery than it appeared; the sponge of the home-made tiramisu was slightly too soggy for my liking.
All in all, it was a comfortable dinner.