A friend and I were in the neighborhood a couple of days ago and decided to give Creo a try. A very cordial waiter got us off to a good start just by his pleasand demeanor. We began by splitting an appetizer menu called a lobster tart. It was basically a tart shell filled with a savrory custard, topped by a slice of tomato and some avacado, and surmounted by two generous pieces of lobster tail that was breaded and deep fried. It was most impressive to look at and tasted good; but the lobster tail was a little overcooked. For the main course I had the salmon and my friend had the ahi tuna. Both dishes were pleasant and agreeable. Creo seems to have a lot going for it, and I would certainly like to give it another try. I wish I could say that the experience was outstanding. It's not quite at that level. But I would certainly call my experience there very good.
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