Husband and I - and another couple had dinner on a Sunday Night about 7 p.m. Good amount of people and warm and inviting that is, until we were seated next to the patio doors. Every time the door opened I was hit with a blast of icy air. We moved a table over, still a bit of nippy air but not as bad. Do not sit at a table near the patio door in Autumn or Winter. The other couple had the ribs and Chicken Marsala dishes and were satisfied with them, or so they said. Husband had the crusted tuna with the wasabi sauce and enjoyed it. Husband and I shared the appetizer of Coconut Shrimp (6) and we both enjoyed it although husband stated the shrimp were just a bit overdone. The other couple shared the stuffed mushrooms and looked like they were enjoying them. All going great so far except my Cajun Salmon - it is served with an orange cream sauce - I did not see where the cream was in the sauce and to me, served with means a dish on the side or a drizzle maybe - the salmon was swimming in the sauce - it covered the whole plate - the taste of the blackened (it really wasn't blackened) salmon was lost. A suggestion for the chef - serve the baked potato on the plate (it had to be put on a side plate no doubt due to all the sauce) with the squash and give a drizzle or two of the sauce. Also why call it Cajun - it has no resemblance of being Cajun at all unless they're just calling Blackened - Cajun - and again it wasn't really blackened. Other than the gallon of sauce and needing a parka sitting by the door the meal was satisfying and very reasonable.
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