Our initial impression upon entering the restaurant was not impressive. One enters through the rear door which is a short hallway into the dining area. The kitchen is also in this area & staff darts back & forth across the hallway while prepping food. We were there on a week night, they were not very busy. I can't imagine a busy night with people waiting.
I ordered the scallops over a bed of risotto supposedly complimented with spinach. A side of fresh (?) veggies were included. The scallops were slightly overdone. The risotto was rather tasteless, but they did pile it on the plate. Veggies almost tasted like yesterday's. Two others ordered the pork chop which they said was flavorful but a little tough & on the dry side. The mashed potatoes tasted homemade. Veggies were the same as mine. The other member in our party ordered the sirloin steak which was slightly on the tough side. Sides were repeated.
We were impressed with our waiter who was very knowledgable about the menu and also the history of the building. We realize because it is an historical building the owners are extremely limited as to modifications.
That being said, we will probably give it one more try during the summer months when the patio is open.
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