My wife and I have eaten at this restaurant with friends on several occasions. While the interior of the restaurant is a bit dated and the atmosphere is unremarkable, the food and service have consistently been excellent. The wiener schnitzel (to die for!), the panco-crusted haddock (crunchy exterior/moist interior), the rack of lamb, the scallops, the planked salmon, the gigantic rib eye steak, etc. have all been superb. The prices are reasonable for food of this quality, with entrees ranging from about $15 to $30. The Culinary Institute of America-trained chef, Chris Camillo, will occasionally come into the dining room and discuss the specials and desserts with diners and make suggestions when things are not busy.
It is surprising that this restaurant has never been crowded when we've been there, despite the excellent food and service and moderate prices. Not even on Saturday nights. Perhaps this is because the exterior is somewhat run down looking, or because the location, at the intersection of State Routes 17K and 208, is a bit removed from the center of Montgomery. Too bad, it's really a gem.
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