Two of us had the onion soup and another had the been soup. All three of us enjoyed our soup. One had a burgef and fries, another had an egg dish and I had PEI mussels in a sauce to die for. It was a saffron base with some leek, potato, and carrots. It was so outstanding that I asked for more bagette to dunk in it. We split two desserts which were excellent as well. The service was great too.
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