I have been going to the Rowe Inn for more than 20 years .Always had great wine and food .had not been here for a couple of years .The wine list is as extensive as always .Usually the Sommelier is the original owner or his son .this time we had a female sommelier who was absolutely hopeless .We ended up with a white burgundy which was expensive and I think had gone off a bit .In the past I have had a wonderful 40 year old rioja and Winston Churchill's favorite champagne. The menu was quite short and did not have any fish on it other than a shrimp ravioli which my friend had ,it s a tiny portion and didn't look good .I had the pork,which was a few pieces of pork loin ,some gravy ,quinoa (which was dry and disgusting, I have had better in a cafeteria. The rack of lamb came out raw ,sent back to be recooked ,it was average .I had the lobster salad for an appetizer ,absolutely tasteless .desert was decent .The cost was 100$ each. Its a shame ,this part of Michigan used to have three fabulous restaurants ,the rowe inn ,,tapawingo and spencer's creek ,two closed one terrible .the only replacement right now is siren hall.
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