We had a reservation, but we arrived and found a crowd waiting in a very small space at 7 pm over the Christmas holidays The staff seemed a bit overwhelmed. When the hostess told us to wait, I asked about how long, but neither she nor the man standing next to her was able to estimate. As it turned out, we were seated about 15 minutes later. We were shown to a nice quiet table in a corner of a small room. The restaurant was beautifully decorated for Christmas (by the bartender who has a special talent). The crab cakes were delicious. The roast beef and tournedos were very good. The famous Gulliver's creamed corn lives up to its reputation. The green beans and cheese-topped potatoes were average, and the complimentary cheese bread didn't taste much of cheese. Their creme Brule was very good. We could see that Gulliver's was very popular, and we assume that others have discovered dishes that Gulliver's does better than those we ordered. We found the quantities were generous, and the experience was between average and very good.
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