After reading some recent reviews on the Log Cabin I decided to try it again. It has been a number of years since my last visit. My last recollections were of long wait time, good but not great food and plenty of it. I happened to be in the area in mid afternoon so I decided to go in. There were five people in the place which is not unusual for this awkward time of the day. The luncheon menu was limited and did not offer many of the specialties that they are noted for. We placed our order and waited. No complimentary pasta was provided as in years past. After what seemed an intolerable wait our waitress came out with our dinners. Much to our surprise as well as hers she neglected to bring out the soup, salads and bread normally presented prior to the entrée. She remarked that her mind was elsewhere. Mind you only five people in the restaurant and three were finished. The clam platter was just average. It appeared to be a regular sized order spread over a large dish of fries. The Clam Castle down the street in Madison is a far superior quality. The Fisherman’s combination platter was only marginally better. In summation it did not live up to the hype and another fond memory has vanished.
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