We went to Duke's Chowder House after getting a recommendation from our hosts at a nearby B&B. We are foodies and were kind-of leary after reading some of the online reviews but tried it since we were hungry and in the area. What we got was an unexpected surprise.
- Our hosts recommended we try the 3 course dinner so we did. We ordered the spinach salad, lobster chowder, and better than Mahi tacos. We didn't know what to expect but the portion sizes were huge for the price. The spinach salad was very good, the lobster chowder was hot and had large pieces of lobster, and the tacos included two regular-sized tacos. The fish inside the tacos was also fresh-tasting.
- We arrived late in the evening so it wasn't as busy but the service was very good. The server was prompt and was the one who recommended that we try the lobster chowder.
- The location is right across the street from Greenlake Park so the setting is relaxing. They also have a deck outside if the weather is nice.
- We can't think of any cons. It's not a fine dining restaurant but instead, a casual place that serves good food. It was suggested that we try their berry pie but we were so full after eating their meal (and that was splitting the three course dinner) that we didn't have room for the dessert.
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