Our daughter gave us a gift certificate for dinner at Rowland's for our birthdays.
The restaurant is the lower level of the Greek Revival style mansion built in 1917 by the artist and author Elliott Daingerfield. I understand that the second level houses 6 elegant bed rooms. The Mansion is gorgeous and offers fantastic views of the mountain range while sitting in chairs on the Portico waiting for dining time. We watched a beautiful sunset over the North Carolina Mountains.
As an appetizer my wife had heirloom tomatoes with goat cheese and I had giant prawn. Both were excellent. As an entree my wife had the salmon which she stated was good and I had the sea bass which was very light and delightful.
For dessert we shared a piece of Nutella chocolate cake. It was wonderful.
The maitre d, Gary, was very informative and pleasant. He explained the history of Rowland's restaurant. The Waiting staff was unsurpassed.
All in all, we had a wonderful experience at Rowland's restaurant., Westglow. We hope to return in the near future.
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