The restaurant is on the property of a lovely hotel in Natchez. The dining experience was very uneven. We were given the dinner menu then asked if we would like to order a drink or wine before dinner, but neither the drink or the wine menu was given to us, until we asked. We ordered a cocktail and a beer and there was some confusion about which beer was ordered. We ordered the white wine before ordering the appetizers and entrees in hope that it would be well chilled. The appetizers, fried green tomatoes, although good, there was too much salt in batter, the oysters were good but they too had too much salt. The caesar salad was average and had arrived and were eaten before the wine was brought, but it was the wrong wine -- a less expensive one to boot. We refused that wine and ordered another white that needed to be chilled and our entrees had arrived before finishing our appetizers. Unfortunately, the seafood mixed grill was drenched in black pepper -- way too spiced to taste any of the seafood. The seafood casserole was very tasty. Having white wine to drink, we ordered the White Chocolate Bread Pudding -- 45 minutes later with little excuse, except the kitchen was backed up the dessert arrived. This was very good, but 45 minutes for bread pudding -- seemed a little too long. Given the price of the dinner we should have sent back the seafood grill and asked for something given the uneven service.
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