Since I am on a limited diet I have to eat fish, not beef or lamb. The doctors tell me I have to stay away from red meat. So when the option presents itself, I always go for Salmon. That is an excellent call at this particular restaurant.
I had a wedge salad with a Grand Marnier vinaigrette and it was wonderful. The Shrimp Cocktail was exceptional as well. My entree consisted of a nice piece of salmon, properly grilled and perfectly seasoned. It was melt-in-your-mouth delicious. The vegetables on the plate were some steamed spinach along with some sauteed squash, carrots and potatoes. It was an interesting mix of vegetables and I enjoyed it.
We had a large group and the service was timely and efficient and the meal was perfectly paced. Even though many of us ordered different things -- some with appetizers and some without -- the food was served at the proper times by wait staff that truly understood what they were supposed to do. The restaurant and room in which we dined were quiet enough for everyone to enjoy a good conversation, and we had a group of about 12 people.
Dessert would nearly be worthy of a review all by itself. I rarely have dessert but when carrot cake presents itself, I find it hard to deny myself. Here they allowed you to order a half order of the carrot cake, which is what I did, and I am glad. I doubt I could have finished an entire order of carrot cake. What I had was delicious, as was the coffee (decaf) that went with it. Any restaurant that can serve a decaf coffee that is tasty deserves some kind of culinary award, and certainly this place deserves that!
For the meat eater this is also probably the perfect place. My compatriots had excellent steaks and they all smelled wonderful. They were properly cooked. There is one unfortunate oversight on the menu. I am sure that the facility meant to describe a "dry aged cowboy ribeye" but instead offered the "dry aged cowboy." Seriously? They're serving the Marlboro Man on their menu? No, of course not. It's a terrific steak apparently, but words matter and someone needs to attend to that oversight.
Anytime I'm back in New Hampshire I'll find a way to get back to this place. It's wonderful.
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