First let me go over the negatives. The seasoned green beans were not true Southern style. As everyone that grew up in the South knows green beans are supposed to be "cooked to death" so there is no crunch left in them. By Southern standards these beans needed at least another half hour. Of course people living here from other areas may not follow this same requirement.
But everything else in the dining experience for our group of four was darn near perfect.
We tried four different entrees: half rack of lamb; stuffed chicken breast; salmon; and yellow-tailed snapper cooked in parchment paper. Rave reviews for each dish! Unlike some of the posted reviews, each of our entrees came with two sides included. Among the four of us we had the aforementioned green beans; loaded baked potato; mashed sweet potatoes; cauliflower; creamed spinach and asparagus. Rave reviews for the latter items - and someone North of the Mason-Dixon line would probably even love the green beans. The crab cake appetizer was a perfect start for two to split!
Our server, Lori, did an outstanding job of explaining each dish. Giving us her favorites when asked. She even offered to split a spinach salad for my wife and I - just the right size for two!
We finished the evening with the Mile High Banana Cream Pie split by the kitchen into four plates. And, yes, it was that big! Each of us had a good size portion.
The price were reasonable for the quality received although I did think the price differences for some of the larger portions was a little high (half rack of lamb $30; full rack $48 : 4 oz filet mignon $32 (I think); 8 oz $48).
And one of the owners that came by during the meal even told us that if we request it they can "cook our beans to death."
That would make it pure perfection...
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