Ok. So this was definitely not the best Lobster Thermidor that we have ever had, but when you need a lobster fix in a city that is famous for its crab, you have to take it where you can find it!
This restaurant has a first floor inside dining room with views of the bay, and a terrace area by the road of Fishermen’s Wharf. We did not look at the upstairs dining room, as a table was available on the terrace when we arrived, but it was interesting to note that many of the people who went up the stairs actually came straight back down to sit on the terrace.
We started with an order of Bay shrimp to share. We were quite surprised when our lobster dishes were served up before we had actually finished our starter. The lobster came with some fries that were limp and not very warm and some broccoli and carrot. The Thermidor sauce was a little too heavy and much too crusty on top for our taste. I will say, however, that the imported Italian Pinot Grigio was beautifully light and refreshing and good value.
Other than the wine, we felt that the meal was very average and somewhat expensive for the quality.
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