Ate at Coquina while visiting the Shakspeare Festival on the recommendation of friends who said it was their best restaurant experience during their visit. Asked for the patio as it was a warm August evening. Having noted complaints about slow service by other reviewers, we went in plenty of time to make the show, but that proved unnecessary as the service was friendly, helpful and prompt. One of us had the Dungeness crab-avocado salad, two had the Crab-corn soup, one the warm foie gras. We were all delighted with the delicious dishes-my husband practically licked the soup bowl!
As mains we had the Gnocchi and the seared scallops, both were excellent with my friend declaring the scallops "the best he had ever eaten".
For dessert we had the lemon cello sherbert with one of the four having the Pear-ginger sherbert. All excellent.
A great addition to the town, a little off the beaten path but still walk able to the theaters.
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