Our friends said, "trust us," as we parked nearly on the street, took our bottle of wine, and walked up to an old country house. And so we trusted their recommendation, and were we ever surprised! No wait at all. Sat overlooking the river and watched as an osprey holding a fish flew by. Shared the lobster cakes and salad with each other, and had the salmon oreganato, and grouper for dinner. Absolutely superb! (presentation, taste, portion.) Looked out at the river again, and aside from the ducks and swan that swam by, watched as a river otter surfaced and swam toward the bank. Quite a nice touch for the setting! Yes - the place is small, and did get a bit noisy some times. (Thought perhaps low background music could help?) However, appreciated the byob (without a corking fee). Appreciated the quirky, down-to-earth setting. And here we were beginning to think you could only find good food in Brooklyn and Manhattan nowadays. We asked how long they had been there - for 12 years, they said!!! - 8 years doing lunches, before they opened for dinner. How did we not know? We do now, and we will be back. For lunch too.