We have had a gift certificate for a long time. We just hadn't found the time to use it. That changed on Saturday.
We arrived in the early afternoon for a quiet lunch. The server was solicitous but not overly so. We had some questions about the soups and entrees. These were answered well.
Started with cups of soup. My wife ordered the red pepper gouda. It was stunning. Creamy in nature, flavorful, and interesting at every bite. I chose to be more spicy with the chicken enchilada soup. Spicy and savory. I wanted more of both when the cups were empty! I rarely order soups at a restaurant, but I will never miss soup here when we return.
Our main courses were the Lite Alaskan Salmon and the Prime Rib French Dip. The only disappointment in the meal was the French Dip. The prime rib was chewy and the fat was not trimmed around the edges. I was disappointed in that, but the rest of the meal was superb! Fries were crisp on the outside and well-textured in the middle. They were tossed in some spices, and I could make out smoky paprika but not anything else. The horseradish sauce tasted like the horseradish was fresh ground. My wife loved the salmon steak and the grilled asparagus.
All in all, this place is a gem. I would consider it fine dining in St. George. That's unusual at a golf course restaurant.
We would have eaten outside, but the wind had kicked up and was blowing around 20 mph.
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