We visited this establishment for lunch and again another day for dinner. As locals we felt the prices were a tad high for comparable meals at our other haunts. I thought the clam chowder was just so-so and did not like the meat loaf. My wife had the perch and it was good. Our lunch sandwiches were very good. The restaurant felt a little odd to me as it is a sort of combo of limited restaurant seating, lounge and hotel breakfast area. However it is very tasteful, no pun intended. For hotel guest the food is a blessing as there is nothing else real close by.
The chef (owner) had a very popular restaurant on the other side of town and is well respected.
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