This was my second visit since the Brown Trout has been under new ownership. The menu is typical, but the food quality is just not up to par. I tried the seafood chowder, since the new owners inexplicably don't serve the smoked trout chowder the restaurant was known for, and it lacked any flavor and the seafood was scarce. I then ordered the perch. It was covered with capers. Now, I like capers, but they so saturated the perch, it was almost inedible. Didn't bother with dessert. The prices were higher and the food was poor. Not a good combination.
It's a shame to have one less choice in the area, but I won't return.