We stayed at a near by cabin and passed by this restaurant many times. Our last night in the area we decided to dine here. We had expected a cafe/burger type restaurant and walked into a very nice more fine dining restaurant. We were there off season for the area, and so did not need reservations, nor did we have to wait to be seated.
My husband had a salmon special and I had the seafood fettuccine. Both were excellent. Our server was a very pleasant young lady who happened to be the sister of the head chef. We met him on our way out. Could not have been nicer.
Loved the fresh bread served with a kind of dry spice and olive oil. Our only regret is that we did not have room to try any of their desserts.
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