Very charming old building, that is a maze of rooms inside. We ended up in the blue room, which was pretty cool. I had the chicken fried steak (good taste, but a little chewy) and my wife the fish & chips, which she really liked. Also had the lobster fried ravioli for an appetizer, which was good. This place seems very busy, so go early or make a reservation.
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