After trying to find one restaurant with an average entree cost less than 20.00 we gave up and settled on the last one we checked, because by then we were tired and hungry. We found that the restaurant had a very nice outside area that is nestled among rhododendron. If it was only for the atmosphere we would have been fine but unfortunately we were also hungry. After much deliberation and on being told that it was the most popular dish on the menu, I settled for the vidalia onion encrusted salmon. I thought I might be in trouble when it came out square cut on a bed of mashed potatoes. It did have asparagus and a baked tomato, both of which which were the high point of the dish. I really believe I could have had a better tasting piece of crusted salmon out of the freezer at Publix and baked in my own oven. My stomach was queasy by the time I left. The salmon also had a fishy taste, which is always a bad sign for good fish. My wife said the cranberry, goat cheese and sugared pecan salad was good. The maple brie was okay and the tomato basil soup was very good. My wife did agree that the salmon was very unimpressive. For a 25.00 entree you should expect more. I have learned not to complain about bad food on a good night out because it is more about the night out than just the food. I was tempted but controlled my self, although I should have politely asked for another dish
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