My wife and I went to Morgan House for late lunch/early dinner. We sat in the bar, and had the most pleasant conversation with the bartender (British? Irish? Austrailian? guy). His quiet, sarcastic humor would have made the trip worth it, even if the food wasn't delicious.
I had the turkey dinner - I'll be the first to admit that summer isn't usually the time you have turkey dinner on a restaurant menu, but wow, it was great! The turkey and stuffing ("dressing") were as good as my granny made back in the day. It was a huge portion, but I finished it all and just wanted to savor that last bite to keep the flavors in my mouth.
My wife had a pub steak. It was cooked pretty well - she asked for medium well, and it was a little closer to well, but the seasonings were perfect. Fresh cut french fries on the side, in a coffee cup (cute) were great. I just love fresh-cut fries - they would have been better with a little gravy, but hey, you can't always get what you want.
For dessert, my wife had some sort of chocolate cake, sweet and smooth - I think it was 'flourless' - and I had to have a taste after watching her enjoy it. I had the blueberry pie, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream on the side. The pie - no joke - was the best pie I've ever had. In fact, the pie was so good it prompted me to write a review. I'd drive all the way from Cambridge for it.
Service was speedy, pretty good selection of beers on tap, price was right. The chef came out to survey the scene, check things out, and to say hello. I find it hard to believe that such a young person (he looked to be about 20 or 25) could put out such a delicious meal, but he swore up and down he cooked it! Highly recommended.
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