We were there on a Sunday evening - party of 4 - with reservations. Seated on the porch area at our request however had to move because a party of 6 was so loud we couldn't hear one another speaking. We placed our order shortly after 7 and sometime after 8 the food arrived to our new table - right by the front door after we asked to be moved to a quieter location where we could at least talk. The server, Sarah, however seemed spread way too thin; she basically ignored us and forgot to bring my salad completely. Her comment when I asked 'where's the salad, was, "Oh, how embarrassing"...not I'm sorry, I'm overwhelmed...I forgot..nothing. She did however take it off the bill. We weren't asked if we'd like more drinks, etc. I had to stop someone else to ask for a glass of iced tea. We were famished and couldn't even get another bread basket...the kitchen seemed to be keeping up but the waitstaff was running around trying to cover a lot of tables with too few people. We ordered the lobster lasagne and it was server in a casserole dish (looked good) but was quite 'soupy'. It was $30 per serving and I'd say although the flavor was good...it was a bit unlike any 'lasagne' I've ever eaten. Since the salad never arrived I can't say how that was...the ice tea was hard to get and even harder to get a re-fill. We been there for breakfast and overall had a pretty good experience. Food's a little pricey in the morning, but overall delicious! This was our first time at the Green Turtle for dinner and most likely will be our last. Our tab was $147 + tip (I don't know why we tipped Sarah, since she rated poor marks on service, but we usually do); the other couple split the lobster entree and an order of scallops as an appetizer which consisted of TWO scallops. We also decided to see what they had for dessert and asked our server, Sarah, to tell us what they had...she mentioned a 7th generation pound cake but could not describe it. Her response was "I'm not very good at describing dessert" The dessert menu said it was a family recipe served warm with a scoop of ice cream. So we ordered that to share - however the cake was fresh from the refigerator - stone cold and hard - I couldn't even finish my portion. I guess Sarah didn't have the 20 seconds needed to pop the cake into the microwave in order to serve it 'warm'. Or maybe the kitchen staff fell down here...who knows? We would not recommend the Green Turtle for dinner to anyone we like.