We were in the area for the weekend, and decided to try Abigail's. There are only 9 or 10 tables in a narrow, long building, with eclectic decor, some antique, some novelty, a rowing shell hanging from the ceiling. Reservations are recommended for dinner. The menu changes daily. I had shrimp scampi, and my husband had lobster ravioli with a cajun cheese sauce. Definitely not what I would have expected in a small central Missouri town. The food was all delicious and the service was good. There was quite an array of desserts, I had a piece of toffee nut pie that was to die for! Be sure to save room!
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