Had lunch here with my granddaughter today. Service was superb, food was outstanding. Don't know what's in the coleslaw but it was the best we've ever had. Her grilled salmon BLT was great as was my grilled chicken BLT. The fries were especially good. Yes, it is a bit on the pricey side but well worth every cent! Don't by-pass this excellent restaurant.
Excellent seafood, perfect, friendly service, and absolutely the best bread you can find. Fish specials are my favorite, but the chicken dishes and burgers make the choice difficult. Slightly pricey for weekly visits, but always a treat!
noisy, overpriced. exquisite hot rolls, storefront
By A Yahoo Contributor, 1/11/07
Food is very good, espcially fish - many freshwater choices. Most entrees
about $22-30 (high for this small town). Good bar, all credit cards. Call ahead -you may get a table, but generally long waits, reservations not customary. Considered best in area, very popular. Low ambiance, noisy. Service passable, not great.
The rolls are great. Whenever my friends and I get together for a potluck, someone has to pick up the Common Grill rolls. And the mixed grill is a great combination and works well to share as takeout. I went there for my birthday, and the desserts are definitely worth it too!
Everyone must experience the chocolate croissant pudding... you MUST! It's worth going there just for this desert. At times you will not find this on the menu, so the white chocolate banana bread pudding is a close second.
My fiance' and I had business at the Chelsea Health Center on a Wednesday; afterward, we stopped for a late lunch at this restaurant. There was no wait. We were seated immediately at a table we requested. We had sandwiches (salmon, chicken club), fries, cole slaw, and coffee, and split a piece of peanut butter pie. We were both pleased with the meals. The cole slaw had bite, the fries were done perfectly, and we always appreciate good, hot coffee on a cold January afternoon. The pie was delicious, with a peanut butter taste that was not overwhelming, and of a size perfect for two people. The service was attentive and efficient without being intrusive (I will drink as much good coffee as is poured, and the server certainly kept an eye on my cup). We did find it a little noisy, though the place was less than half filled (2:30 - 4 pm). But considering all of the reflective services (wood floors, tin or tin looking ceiling tiles, metal railings and glass dividers) it wasn't surprising that sound bounced all over. My fiance' found the sightlines between several tables and the men's bathroom urinal when the bathroom door swings open rather disturbing (there is nothing more appetizing than raising your eyes and catching the backside of another customer peeing). And it was more expensive than other restaurants in the area: no alcohol, the tab was $45 with tip. But I think we'll be back, without reluctance.
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