Really glad we ended up here. There are only a few places in town and being "off season" the lobster shack places were closed. We were in jeans and sweatshirts and almost did not go in-everyone else was dressed the same. Very nice view of the bay. They were swamped, so we sat for a bit waiting to order, and they ran out of rice. They were not prepared for the number of people they had that night yet the food did not suffer. Had the Thai PEI mussels. I judge mussels as much by the mussels as by the broth they are in. OMG I was drinking the broth with a spoon to get every last bit up. It did not come with crusty bread (which I like to have) but honestly they were so good I didn't need it. Friend has Sambuca scallops-the chef won an award for them. Apparently they were delicious, but sadly I am allergic to scallops and could not try them. Most items had scallops so I ended up ordering the lobster stuffed chicken. It was very good. Nice moist chicken breast rolled and breaded with a fair amount of lobster mixed with cream cheese scallions and leeks. Came with a baked potato, coleslaw, and a wonder mixed veggie of baby corn, carrot slices, beans, that had been grilled and perfectly seasoned. There was a good mix of seafood and meat dishes. Did not have room for dessert which was sad considering how delicious the desserts looked (they brought a platter of them out to show you). I did not eat any where else in town to compare, but I would certainly go there again.
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