A group of nine of us went to dinner at The Belmont this week. I had lots of misgivings due to the mixed reviews I had read on this site. We had reservations and were seated promptly and courteously. Our waiter was polite and attentive, keeping water glasses filled and responsive to the needs of the diners. I had the Belmont Salad which was baby greens, bleu cheese, walnuts, garnished with thin slices of apple, and balsamic vinagrette. My husband had the Caesar salad which was also good. One diner ordered the Calimari appetizer and shared it around. The calimari were tender, not chewy. For an entree we ordered the pork tenderloin and received two ample portions of pork apiece with a good mushroom sauce, nicely prepared vegetables and very good mashed potatoes. My husband had a mixed rice pilaf with his pork, also good. One woman in the party ordered stuffed sole, her favorite at the Belmont, and several ordered salmon in one entree or another. All enjoyed their meals. It was a birthday celebration and cheesecake was served with a couple of candles. This too was delicious. The plate was garnished with swirls of raspberry and chocolate sauce. Meals for our party ranged from $16.95 for veal medallions or pork tenderloin up to $30 or so for some of the salmon entrees. Salads were about $6. We were very pleased with every aspect of the evening! It would be fun to go back in a party of two or four to eat in the booths that looked Victorian and charming with lace separating the booths above the wood partitions. Each booth also had a charming lamp in this historic hotel/restaurant.
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