Dupuis Restaurant, the little log cabin painted a cheery yellow and blue, on 101 was presented to us as our best dining option after a lengthy day of traveling to Colette's B&B. Oh dear, no, no, no! Though our server was sweet and quick, Dupuis manages to achieve heights of both oddity and ugliness in decor and, in this region of an abundance of wonderfully fresh local fare, offered a salad with a carrot that tasted like one of those peculiar deep red cinnamon apple rings I last noticed amidst a salad bar in the 1980s. In a week of FLOSS (fresh local organic seasonal sustainable) this dinner -- halibut for my husband and Dungeness crab cakes for me -- was a contender for our most disappointing meal. Far better to have driven seven miles east to Alder Wood Bistro in Sequim.
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