We have eaten at the restaurant that used to occupy this location and sadly did not find the current version to be as good. The staff was very friendly and attentive, but not well-trained. Our waitress, who was very nice, seemed to have never heard of Beefeater's gin . . . There was at least one unfortunate item on the menu that did not meet expectations - the fried calamari was a big disappointment and should be removed. It resembled onion rings in appearance, and the batter was similar to what you would find on an onion ring. Whatever was inside the batter was tasteless and mushy. Definitely not like calamari I have had in most places. The salads (beet with greens and the garden salad) were good - generous portions and crisp lettuce. As far as the main courses were concerned, while my haddock was well prepared, it had some big chunks of garlic that were a distraction. Also, it is mystifying why the only choices for starch were baked sweet potato or garlic mashed potatoes. Sometimes simpler is better. Why not offer rice or a plain baked potato?. And, while the brussel sprouts were good, they have a very overpowering flavor and were not the best choice to accompany the haddock. Asparagus would have been better. Or alternatively, perhaps the chef should let the diners chose whether they want asparagus or brussel sprouts rather than making the choice for them by pairing certain entrees with different vegetables and potato selections. Overall, due to the menu peculiarities, I would not go back unless changes were made. Unfortunately, the web site for the restaurant has no information on it so it is hard to determine what the menu is. Perhaps the pizza (a hold over from the previous incarnation) is the way to go.
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