This is a small restaurant with a great view of the water. The Inn gets 4 stars but read on. We came for lunch. There are tables outside of the restaurant but we ate inside to escape the humidity and insects. We were wrong. There were flies everywhere that landed on our bodies and our food for the entire meal. Our server had only the four of us to take care of. She was awful. She told my daughter not to order the salad as it would be too much for her to eat, although my daughter really wanted a salad. My daughter opted for the crab soup instead. Our guest also ordered the soup. I ordered the oyster appetizer. The soups came and went, flies and all. My oysters never arrived. I kept looking for our server but she reappeared at long intervals. I asked her where my oysters were. She said she didn't know I ordered them. I asked those at my table if they heard me order them. They did. Our server did not review our order with us before she left for her long departure. Why? The kitchen is next to the room. Remember, there were only four of us she was serving--no other customers. After the soups were taken away our slow server repeatedly said she would get the oysters, however I asked if the entree was coming out soon and she said it was so I told her not to not bother. Good food but bad and very slow service. Don't drink the tap water they serve. It has a odd taste to it. Ask for bottled water. We ordered iced tea to disguise the taste. For a quality hotel the restaurant (now called Stars) was lacking--good food, poor and slow service, too high priced for what you get in return. I am truly disappointed as our guest drove 2 1/2 hours to visit and dine with us. NOTE: I called the restaurant today to provide feedback and this is what the manager told me: "I will check your bill to see if you were charged for the oysters". That's it? She did say she would speak with the server. She did say she will bring it up with the kitchen and asked if there was anything she could do. What was I supposed to say..yes, provide us with a voucher for at least that portion of the meal that was never served? To my mind that should come from the restaurant as a good faith response. The customer should not be forced to ask for something that should have been offered by a reputable establishment. I did not ask. Cheap and low class treatment from a supposedly high class venue.
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