We ate there last night with friends and it is not what I would call a family restaurant. In my limited opinion, Perkin's is a family restaurant and a family restaurant should reflect that type of meal pricing...Sean Patrick's does not. We did not see any "kids" meals on the menu but their small Sunday plates could be a "kids" meal at almost $12.00. Other than some sandwiches on the back page, expect to pay around $50.00 or more for dinner for 2 people with a glass of wine. To give credit where credit is due...the atmosphere was that of an upscale restaurant with nice furnishings and booths.
But...enough of that! What about the food? I ordered the fried Clam & Scallop 1/2 combo for $16.95 and it was very good. The 5-6 fried clams were fresh and flavorful and the 5 sea scallops were a nice size and also fresh tasting. They came on a bed of only average french fries. A small cup of coleslaw was on the side. My friend got the same and liked it. My wife got the Chicken Picatta and she said it was very good also. At $15.00 it seemed fairly priced but was not a large portion. She got the vegetable side and said that they were good. Her's came with a salad of greens and she chose the house dressing. It got a good review but you have to really like garlic. My friend's wife got the Balsamic Glazed Salmon and had nothing but good to say about it. She also got the vegetables and agreed that they were good.Though a small portion since it was a "seasonal specialty" it was priced fairly. We received a basket of warm roles to start and they were good.
Now back to the meal pricing. We could have easily spent $75.00 for 2 if we all got regular portioned meals and that seems a little high for a "family restaurant"
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