We dropped in around 8:30 so they had already run out of a few things such as the cod tongues and oysters, but there was still plenty on the menu to tempt us. We started with the mushroom toasties and scallops, and followed that up with the salmon and spicy seafood pasta main courses. (The pasta is made in house and you could tell!) The patridge berry infused Charlie Horse cocktail was enjoyable, as was everything else. Service was friendly and attentive.
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