We ate there twice for breakfast as our hotel was nearby and once for dinner. The breakfast meals were very large and typical breakfast fare.
Dinner was very good. I had the seafood chowder and having fresh fish in the chowder (unlike what I get locally) made the dish very tasty. The food overall was nothing special but when staying in Victoria for an extended period of time, eating every night at fancy restaurants gets a little tiring.
Staff were friendly, service was prompt and the prices although elevated where comparable for the type of restaurant and for that area.
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