This small restaurant is on the water in Portsmouth, near Tiverton's Stone Bridge. It is a small, unpretentious place, but the atmosphere is sophisticated and relaxing.
In addition to their regular menu (I wish they didn't offer "Chilean Sea Bass," the most unsustainable fish in the sea, but I digress) there's an excellent prix fixe menu that includes soup or salad, a glass of wine from a reasonable selection, a main course with veggies and a dessert - all for $19!
My husband chose the duck and I was feeling particularly carnivorous, so I had the rib eye steak.
We both chose the cabernet, which was decent and not served in one of those thimble-sized wine glasses.
The bread rolls at the start of the meal were warm and crusty.
Service was polished and friendly.
All in all, a great meal - and a good deal. If we lived closer, we'd be regulars, but regardless, we'll definitely make the effort to return.
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