We ate in the gorgeous garden outside. Service was attentive and polite and the food was to die for...I had a seafood soup in a non spicy tomato and crab base that was brimming with seafood. I could eat a another bowl now....She had the steamed clam appetizer which seemed to be steamed in white wine and butter, also delicious. We then split a plate of linguine in a basil sauce that was also wonderful and it was more than enough for two, For dessert we shared what was described as a Scottish traditional dessert..a piece of moist cake in a berry sauce with a bit of thick cream...also delightful. (The only complaint I might have was that it is a BYOB and the waiters were chucking the empty wine bottles into the trash at a bit of a distance, CLANK, CLANK... a bit jarring, broke the pleasant mood a bit. Mgmt should get them to stop doing that.)
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