I discovered this restaurant on a travel website and decided to check it out. Upon arriving, we discovered that they were only serving lunch and the menu was very limited. There were about ten main course choices and ten collective soups, salads, and appetizers. I ordered a lobster roll and I verbosely expressed my concerns that the lobster was shredded. I worried for non reason, because it was delightful. While the lobster was in a salad form, it was still very good and you could tell that it was fresh. I enjoyed the environment and the great views of city life. We also ordered a grilled ham and cheese sandwich that was $18. While very expensive, it was the best grilled ham and cheese that I have ever tasted. I would go back for dinner. Helpful tip: choose outdoor seating, it is shady and very nice, the inside lacks ambiance and is actually rather bland. Don't bring young children, it isn't for picky pallates. My only complaint is that we actually had multiple waiters. One took our order, one brought the water, one brought the food, and one came for the bill. It seemed unorganized and we were confused about who to tip.