My feelings were a bit mixed overall - the bottom line is that the food is pretty good, but not over-the-top. A bit expensive for some things that shouldn't be. I was perplexed by the menu - while the main course items were pretty reasonably priced, some prices for appetizers and add-ons were startlingly high. I was here for a family gathering of 6 people. I would have sprung for a dozen raw oysters but was shocked to learn that it would set me back by $26- for run-of-the-mill east coast oysters. Meanwhile you can order 6 large crab-stuffed jumbo shrimp with whipped potatoes and lobster cream for less than $20. In the end, we ordered dinner for 6 with only a couple of appetizers (I had a half-order of the baby spinach and arugula salad with goat cheese, pine nuts and cranberries - which was delicious and just 7.95) - one member of the party ordered a couple of sushi rolls, the rest had crab cakes, stuffed shrimp, Mahi-mahi, and Chilean sea bass prepared Hong Kong style and Oscar style, one dessert and a couple of cups of coffee. Total tab including a 15% tip - $250. Not crazy expensive, but no one ordered any drinks- alcoholic or otherwise - except the two cups of coffee and one cup of tea at the end of the meal. if you don't pay careful attention to the prices of the items you are ordering here you could be in for quite a shock when you receive the tab.
Important to note here that everyone in our party was happy with the quality of the food, but will not remember it as being outstanding, either. No serious complaints, but not raving about Goldfish either.
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