The food we had was good but not great. The chicken Marsala did have a delicious Marsala sauce. The chicken was a flattened piece of breast as expected. The side dish was pasta with an average marinara sauce. The presentation could have been a little better. The bread provided for dipping was just OK. The other entree was fried oysters. They were very good according to my wife who is accustomed to excellent seafood being a Chincoteague native.
The server was friendly and seemed very proud of the high ratings they had received. My only real concern is that this restaurant is a little pricy.
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