Lady & I still westward bound. Recommended by hotel for fresh fish. Best part about the place is the view of the river - fun to watch the ducks swimming around. Food was okay - nothing stellar but reasonable quality. Prices about what would expect in a remoter location - i.e. higher than would have been at home for same quality but then one's not at home, is one? Service is where they lost it - sporadic would be polite. Slow and inattentive would be more accurate. We both ordered soup as well as a main course. After a looooong wait, our waitress brought the soup and the mains at the same time - v bizarre - she claimed she thought we had asked for that??? So anyway the main courses were taken back (stuffed under a heat lamp is my guess) until we finished the soup. So mains were decent but definitely suffered from being kept warm. The real fun was when the waitress brought the bill - she informed us she had added the "discretionary gratuity of 20%" to save us the trouble. I have eaten in lots of places in different countries where the tip is automatically included so didn't think too much of this at first. But then when the bill actually came it was printed to show differing levels of tip and what the amount would be at 10%, 15%, 20% - so not a standard amount by any means. So our sub-standard waitress decided she was worth a 20% tip!! One has to laugh. We changed the total on the bill and left her $1 to make a point - which I doubt she got.
So - if you go the food is okay, the prices are a little high, the view is great, and the service - well, just be careful!
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