The rebuilt addition is quite nice with an impressive wall of wines and champagnes. The bread and pastry counter was staffed by a seemingly disinterested your man...the bread I purchased was full of huge holes...an impossible bread for a sandwich or toast.
I ordered sourdough...did not receive sourdough..
Chose to sit in new addition but then was told that those who sat there had to present their orders at the bread counter. The waitress would deliver. Seemed strange to me that those who sat in the more informal area had service and those who sat further away had half service...seemed turned around somehow. .
The table was set by a young woman who simply heaped the cutlery near the desired place in a hap hazard manner...no place mats, table cloth and a thin paper napkin. Had to arrange curlery ourselves. The table was not 100% clean .
The menu and specials of the day, presented on a chalk board, were of interest. The Lobster sandwich caught my eye and I ordered it. It came on toasted round bread with shredded carrots (no dressing) on side of plate. The lobster would not have been identified as such in a blind taste test. It had little taste and if anything had a hint of shrimp. That was a real let down as the anticipation was high. We had to get our own water in a small plastic cup...My luncheon friend had soup and that was promising and tasty.
I heard that evening meals were wonderful there and their steaks outstanding...but lunch was awkward at best.
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