A very leisurely lunch to be sure. Not too many people and all seated on the enclosed patio. One waitress, fairly new to the job, and she was quite pleasant about the delays, serving so service from start to finish was incredibly slow. Tables nicely set,,even with butterkives. Warm buns were a little overheated resulting in their being a bit doughy. Soup was good; the crepes used tiny shrimp (look like canned, but perhaps were not and very baby scallops and the salmon rather overwhelmed the other seafood. Extras included grilled asparagus and I ordered extra rice otherwise it would have been an extremely small meal. The other person ordered a prime rib sandwich with onions and mushrooms on a long bun but as we had soup alone, it again, though filling, was a small meal. Dessert was a cinnamon swirl cheese cake and a kalhua pecan pie, nicely served and delicious. Prices on the high side. It would be interesting to see what the dinner menu is and a return visit in the future is warranted. Hopefully service will be a little faster. We made an Open Table reservation although none were needed. Reservations are not accepted over the phone.
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