We checked this place out on Saturday afternoon and made reservations for dinner at 6. The special today was tapas. It included salad, shrimp, bruschetta, mussels and desert. My son and I are both 6'3" and over 200lbs. We were concerned it might not be enough to eat. The ladies wanted to try it so we agreed we could grab something at the pub later if we were still hungry. This is a quaint restaurant on the waterfront with a beautiful view. The tables were set very nicely and the two wonderful women that do the cooking and waiting met us with smiles. We had a great table with a view and were presented with a very adequate wine list. We were brought fresh made buns that were still warm accompanied by hand made butter churned with a smackle of molasses. It was heavenly and I could have filled myself with buns but waited in anticipation for what was to come. We started with a hand made ceaser salad that was plentiful and good. Next was a large serving of muscles done in a white wine cream sauce with bacon. They were great and I wasn't sure they could top them but then came the warm brechetta on fresh home made bread, wow best I have had. The ladies pleasantly surprised us next with some lobster roll, one on a crescent and one on a home made bun. We just finished that when we were brought shrimp on a bed of basmati in a cream sauce that was delicious. When I finished that I was pretty much done. I was full. Being a trooper I managed to make room for the chocolate swirl cheesecake. The evening was top notch. I can't believe these two women are able to put out a five star first class dinner in the small open kitchen they have. It is nothing short of amazing.