The ambiance was very nice. Seating (bench style) was semi-comfortable. You tend to sink down a little too much, which makes the table a bit too high (I'm 6'1")
I had the lobster bisque soup, which had a wonderful base, but not a hint of lobster meat. Next I had the tuna ahi appetizer, which was good, but not great.
For main course I had the 12 oz Filet Mignon, which was excellent, but drowned with butter. It was cooked to perfection, though, and didn't need the butter slathered on. With that, I also had the garlic mashed potatoes, which didn't have any garlic taste, but were good, nonetheless.
Service was good .... not excellent, but adequate. There weren't any long lapses in between servings although they did bring the dessert menu, and then disappeared for awhile, even though all the other diners had left by that point.
You're going to get a good meal here, hands down. A "wow" meal, I don't think so. But definitely worth a visit if you're in town.
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