We went as a group of five for dinner. The space is neat - not often that you can eat dinner on a rail at of historical significance. The food, when it arroved, was good but the service needs improvement. One of the orders was almost missed when the server took them, and one was completely missed when the meals were brought out; the rest of the party was almost done eating by the time it got to our table. The staff was apologetic and did provide two complementary desserts.
Not sure if we would go back, but seeing as we are from out of province, it's not likely we'll be in the area again anyway.
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