The Frog and the Peach has been one of the premier restaurants in New Brunswick for close to 30 years. The amazing thing is that they continue to innovate and serve wonderful food year after year. We went the other night for an 80th birthday party. We were seated in an alcove adjacent to the bar, but separate from the main dining room. The food as usual was very, very good. I had bone marrow served with sides of sea salt, a jam and a capered parsley. It was unique. I was then served an arctic char served in a lentil and eggplant broth; sublte, but scrumptuous. Others at my table had lamb neck -- a tender, well-seasoned cut that one rarely finds elsewhere. This had been just added a menu that undergoes change on a regular basis. My one frustration is that the service was spotty and the dishes took a very long time to come out despite that the fact that the restaurant was not very crowded on this summer weekend. I hate to think that the service was affected by the 20% gratuity that the restaurant automatically tacks on for parties of 6 or more. The meal took three hours and we had to ask for the check at that point.
I'll certainly be back for the food. However if a restaurant is going to tack on a gratuity of 20%, they'd best deliver top drawer service
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