Since cooking is a hobby, I'm very critical of restaurants! This one is superb. We had the garlic cheese bread which was the food of angels and made with the Danish bread from the bakery across the street, I sampled the chowder which was like velvet and won first choice in the chowder cook-offs on the coast, had the salmon and chips-salmon was like it was caught that morning and the chips were actually a baked potato that was wedged and deep fried. My dining partner ordered the halibut and chips, which I tried and was also fantastic, with the same very light breading.
While their label wines would not win an award, they are adequate and, of course, they offer other choices.
All in all, we cannot wait to return to Astoria and eek out several more meals here.
The ambiance is quite nice, fresh flowers on the table, white table cloths and jazz in the background.
The service is somwhat laid back, however, it is more than adequate.
We were dining there on 8-22-06. Vicki
Overpriced and food items described on the menu are not what you get. They advertise fresh fish but I beg to differ. Owners were arrogant when asked about this and their House Label wine is terrible. The Restaurant felt unsanitary and the staff seemed unhappy. Do not dine here. There are many other excellent places to dine in Astoria. Try somewhere else.
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