We were happy to get a reservation for a Saturday night in June graduation season, but when we were shown to a table surrounded by large parties ( a group of 18 on one side, 8 on another) in the center of a large, crowded, and loud dining room, we had second thoughts coming here. Fortunately, we were able to be seated on the stage of that room, where other thee tables were for two to four diners.
After our server brought my husband the wrong cocktail, then told us that our appetizer of mussels had been sent to another table, our doubts grew; as the food arrived, however, we were pleasantly surprised by how well-prepared and delicious it was: baked mussels in marvelous sauce, snapper grilled perfectly, fresh green beans , also cooked just right. The only disappointment were the prawns, which: large and in a flavorful sauce were also overcooked and tough,
Food was definitely worth a return visit, perhaps on a weeknight. Request a table in the smaller dining room or near the edge of the large dining room if you would like to have a conversation without raising your voice. If you have a big group looking for a convivial place to eat, this may fit the bill just right.
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