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Went for the first time on New Years Eve. Dinner was amazing and the service was fantastic. Ceasars salad was great, Beef Tenderloin was amazing. Tiramisu was delicious. We will definitely go back again.
Certainly interesting, shabby quaint. An old structure with open kitchen. Efficient service. Not comfortable. Pricey for ambience and decorum. Had the lobster combo. Bar be que lobster tail, utter from char. Lobster roll, a overly minced lobster salad on a roll, cold and no dicernable...More
Nice atmosphere in heritage building in the country. Prices averaged $30 for mains, alcohol reasonably priced. This is a difficult place to rate. Our appetizers were ok. I had the cob salad and hubby had the battered peppers. Herb salad overpowered the peppers. For mains...More
We just had dinner at the Flying Chestnut and from the warm welcome to the appies......salad to die for, crab cakes.....to the lobster, buttermilk fried chicken and short ribs, we were hooked, sharing all of our treasures with each other. Chef Shawn is welcoming and...More
My wife and I decided to have date night here. We had heard great things about this place since we live in the area near it. It is a truly unique treasure off the beaten path.
We had a great meal. I had pork chops...More
Recently had dinner at this unique gem in the country. Very casual and friendly. The food was innovative and delicious. We especially liked the fact that the dishes were all spot on, very flavourful and no need for extra salt. The wines were reasonably priced...More