Our second ever visit today, and both occasions have been Saturday lunches when the restaurant was almost empty, so I cannot comment on how the place is when busy. Food seems to be mainly Italian staples, but done extremely well. Lobster bisque at $12 seemed a bit steep, but our waiter split it into two reasonably generous bowls - and it was awesome! Really exceptional - great broth with several huge chunks of lobster meat. The bread and oil was fresh, warm and delicious. For our entrees we had the Seafood Fettucini (against, generous amounts of lobster, scallops and shrimps), and a Portabello mushroom pizza (very tasty). Add in one beer, a glass of good Chardonnay, tea and coffee, and we paid $72. Not cheap, but very reasonable value for money.
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