My husband and I stopped in for supper one evening in September and managed to get a seat right before the rush started. It filled up fast, and appeared to be very popular. We like a window seat but there were only four - two of them looked out on the dumpsters across the street, and the other two looked directly into the faces of the people reading the menu outside. Needless to say, we did not feel like lingering. Hubby enjoyed his fish and gnocchi dish, but I was not impressed with my food. I ordered barbecued salmon with shrimp salad Nicoise. If the salmon had been cooked with some lemony, peppery, dill type flavoring, it would have been fine, but it had barbecue sauce slathered on top.The salad would have been fine on it's own, but the Mediterranean flavors clashed with the barbecue sauce. Also, they forgot the shrimp, so I asked for them - they were tiny and unpleasant in taste and texture. As positives, service was prompt (although I felt the waiter was a touch arrogant), and the wine selection was good.
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