Captain Jonathan Pasco's residence (circa 1744) now serves as a unique restaurant, conveniently located in the Windsor/East Windsor area. Suggest you read the history on the website - very interesting. Several rooms of varied sizes (with the original wide-board floors) accommodate hungry guests.
Some starter items (a.k.a. appetizers) are not typical. For instance - fried Brussell sprouts with sea salt and Jamaican relish! However, there are other quality apps that are more common - shrimp cocktail, crab cakes, fried calamari, etc. The New England Clam Chowder is excellent - fresh clams, thick and flavorful broth with a hint of bacon - YUM.
For a salad, try the Apple Walnut selection - Bibb lettuce, apples, candied walnuts and gorganzola cheese, with a sherry vinaigrette - very tasty.
Seafood entrees are many, but there are other wonderful non-fish choices. Try the Seafood Fra Diavlo if you are hungry - very large portion of quality ingredients. Pasco's Salmon, encrusted with pesto sauce is another seafood standout.
The bar service is very good with some unique beer selections.
Desserts are good, but not outstanding.
Service is friendly and very efficient. Prices are in-line for the quality of food served.
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