We'd had some trouble with Robert's Crossing before, in the fall- not with the food, but with noise, mostly, and went in late one afternoon and found the restaurant unbearably warm. Bit went Sunday evening, a little after the dinner rush. Sat outside, and had the patio to ourselves. Even with the road noise it was very pleasant. Food was excellent. Had a horseradish encrusted wild salmon with wild rice and asparagus. One of the best salmon dishes I've ever had. Wife tried a special- halibut with a blueberry reduction. Delicious. Nice wine. Attentive service. An amazing berry cobbler, warm with a scoop of vanilla, rounded off the meal. A terrific experience. I have re-experienced Robert;s Crossing, and will not hesitate to try it again. A little after the dinner rush. Sunday evenings.
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