An experience that did not match the reputation, nor justify the price. Good atmosphere and service but the food was substandard. Chowder was bland, with background flavour of flour and with no evidence of a good quality fish stock having been used. Entree ordered without chillie came with chillie. King George whiting fillets were dry, stiff as a board and encased in an inedible thick crust. The accompanying chick pea and tahine just did not work. Dhufish was good quality but a small filet for the price ($48), accopanied by a miserable ilttle pot of half a dozen chips. The goat cheese, spinach and pine nut salad was very good. Limited selection of desserts, but creme brulee was exceptional with perfect crust (crunchy but not charred). For 3 people, two glasses of wine, one cider and soft beverage, the price of $350 plus was not justified. For that money I would expect some "wow factor" and it was just not there.
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