We used to go to Sallee Tee's before Hurricane Irene flooded it. It's reopened, but has a different chef. I went with my old standby, the scallops in an orange ginger sauce. They were priced higher, there were fewer of them and they were served with carrots. I thought I remembered rice in the past. The salad was good. The bread- a roll sliced into 5 slices. Oh, maybe it was a mini loaf of bread, but it looked like a roll to me. My husband enjoyed his steak, though this was also priced higher. We passed on dessert. Will probably stick to lunch. I do give them props for the lobster-shrimp bisque.
It was an early Saturday evening and we were celebrating our anniversary. Though the place was still empty we were seated next to the serving area and by the door to the bar. That meant lots of wait staff activity, but not necessarily for our table.
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