We came here with another couple trying to relieve the unforgettable Cannery restaurant experience since upon the closing of the Cannery the chef moved here. Definitely a very different venue from the elegance, vista and hum of the Cannery, the place looks quite dated. But the food was quite ok. For appetizers, some of us had the white clam chowder, quite good but too large a portion. The calamari was also huge, but really excellent. I had the trio of tartare, it was tasty but a bit hard to fork out of the small containers. It is hard not to order the Salmon Wellington as a main course if you yearn for the Cannery, and so some of us did - it was quite good and again the portion was huge. The rack of lamb apparently was very good, but the John Dory was quite soft and unfortunately overloaded with sauce. While the food was overall quite to very good, the accompaniment of vegetables consisting of giant crude broccoli pieces was quite out of place - would have expected some more refinement in this sector. Service was a bit too jovial. Quite pricey for the ambience.
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