We had heard good things about the Gypsy Cafe. We waffled between two restaurants, and chose Gypsy because they accept reservations - a big plus in a resort town during high season! Both the food and the decor are eclectic. Lots of hanging glass things, aloe vera plants and interesting doo-hickeys, with a casual atmosphere - shorts and tees are fine here. There were 4 of us and they pushed 2 smaller tables together. the tables were mismatched in height and it was a tight squeeze, but fine once we found our way into our seats. The 4 of us had: duck with red curry sauce, Navajo pumpkin pasta with shrimp, Jamacian rib eye, and kung pao chicken. In addition, I had a good, but really really strong key lime martini. The food was quite good, although my husband expected a spicier rib eye (probably spice adjusted for new england palettes, in retrospect I would have asked for them to make it spicy). The service was reasonably good, although the server did not seem fluent with all of the menu items. The food was flavorful and interesting. The duck, which I had, was good and not at all greasy. Not terribly excited about the deep fried brownie bites for dessert, but it was just fine. All in all, I would certainly return here. The best part was the creative combination of tastes and the execution of the food.
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