The choices for dinner in Gettysburg seem to be split between pub food (read this as burgers and lots of noise) and high end (read this as high price, small portions) places. Cafe Saint Amand provides a third choice. A nice, quiet atmosphere with very good food for reasonable prices and portions. Our group had four different dinner selections: steak au poivre, grilled lemon-thyme salmon, trout amandine and mustard crusted pork chops and we shared a warm brie cheese starter. All of the meals were very good to excellent. Our server was friendly and attentive. As with many servers today, she would benefit from a little training about the proper way to serve and clear a table but this is a small point in relation to the rest of the experience. We visited on a Thursday evening about 6:00 PM and the restaurant was about 50% occupied. The tables are nicely spaced so even if all the tables were occupied, you would not feel crowded. Dinner conversation is quite easy and enjoyable due to the low noise level and the distance between the tables. There is soft background music that adds a nice touch and contributes to the feeling of fine dining. And the final piece is that the prices are very reasonable. Most of the dinner entrees are less than $20 with some of the steak dinners being less than $25. Cafe Saint Amand is an oasis in a desert of Pubs.
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