Please read this review with two grains of salt. First, we only ate there once, for lunch. Second, the rating would be very good, except for the prices.
The restaurant is in the Old Edwards Inn, and it reflects the old money feel of the Inn. Tablecloths, waiters in vests, and silverware from France. I had the "tri-tip" beef sandwich, which was good, but not as good as the description sounded. My wife tried the trout wrap, a creative effort with so much stuff (including collards) in it that it must be eaten with a knife and fork. Be forewarned, however, that the fish is very very smoky. If you do not like smokey flavored fish, don't order it.
One nice touch was the option of having soup of the day instead of chips with the sandwiches. Our soup was black bean pork chili with tortillas. My wife and I both thought the soup was the highlight of the meal.
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