Since the Stone Fort Inn was one of my favorite places to stay when I traveled to Chattanooga for business, I decided to join two friends for dinner at Terra Mae. I started with the Ship of Fools cocktail and it was simply delightful! From there, I forayed into one of the most delightful summer gazpacho soups I have ever tasted. It was robust and full of good garlic, tomato and pepper flavor. My entree was the halibut served over angel hair with cherry tomatoes, chopped snap peas and mandarin oranges. I thought the fish was cooked perfectly and I liked the vegetables. What was odd was the sauce; it was supposed to be a white wine and citrus broth but it appeared to have cream or milk within. Not a show stopper, by any means, it just wasn't what I expected. I did enjoy the Sufferin' Succotash side, it was very flavorful and well seasoned. Overall, I think this is a hidden delight in Chattanooga and should certainly be considered!
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