i had the prime rib and my wife had the salmon. we werent expecting much, just a decent dinner after a long, busy day. almost everything had something wrong with it :(. i had a started of caesar salad - the amount of parm cheese seemed greatly out of sync with the portion of salad, and the lettuce was a bit brown, and seemed to contain several ends. i also think the croutons seemed house-made, which is great, but they may need to be toasted a bit longer, as they were more like bread crumbs. my yorkshire pudding was really dark brown, almost totally burnt. The gravy similarily had a burnt taste to it. the mashed potatoes, both my wifes, and mine tasted like the instant potatoes you get at a truck stop - very grainy. im assuming the vegetables were meant to be al dente, but they seemed more like barely cooked at all. im sure they werent blanched before grilling. my wife is Irish and has never left a potato alone in her life, and she ended up leaving half the pile, as she just couldnt eat anymore. one of the red peppers she had with the grilled veggie medley was completely covered on the inside with herbs, so much so that you couldnt see the pepper itself. My wife has had undercooked and overcooked salmon before, but shes still loved it, cause its fresh salmon after all, and you pretty much cant mess that up no matter what you do, but unfortunately this was the driest salmon shes ever had, and it took both our waters for her to be able to eat it. the staff seemed really nice, and despite the 15-odd seniors hovering by the till the whole time we were there, the atmosphere was really nice as well, clean and lighted well. the prime rib was very good, moist, and joicy, and perfectly cooked, by far the best part of the meal!
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