I would rate this place as "good" if that were an option, but "very good" might be an overstatement. Perhaps I have fine dining fatigue after a week in Cape May, but the menu here seemed overly complicated and I had trouble choosing dishes, as did my husband. I am no stranger to complex cuisine and appreciate creativity, but with this small of a menu, we didn't find anything that appealing. I settled on the asparagus salad, which came with panko-breaded, fried Meyer lemon slices, which should have been more thinly cut to make the rind more palatable. My roasted salmon was well-cooked, but there wasn't enough of the lemon beurre blanc. The Israeli couscous and charred corn accompaniments were delicious. My husband's prosciutto-melon salad was good, but he didn't like the mushroom pasta that came with his sea bass. He did enjoy the bass itself though, which was cooked perfectly. So it was a bit hit and miss, which, given the many other choices in Cape May, earns this place only an average rating. I am still baffled as to why the maître d would not let us sit at one of 3 empty tables on the balcony when we asked and sat us in an otherwise empty adjoining room. He said the tables were reserved but 2 of them were still available when we left and even 1/2 hour later when we passed by and looked up. It left us with a weird vibe.
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