This will be short and to the point, not only did the chef burn the top of the haddock to a crisp, but then the waitress put 3 plates of it in front of 5 five of us. My pasta was dried and had been sitting too long.
This is a place where boaters and tourists can get food and say, well we don't have to go back again. Every year we hope for better food, and we are still waiting.
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