We had both breakfast and lunch here on a Saturday morning. The restaurant was busy but not full. The staff was friendly but had a hard time keeping up. The hang town omelet was really good, with the oysters cooked perfectly for me-still moist inside. for lunch, we had chowder, fish and chips and salads. It took a really long time for the food to arrive, but the seafood was really good.
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