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Re: 2014 Sailing Season

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Originally Posted by T37Chef View Post
You are referring to? Harbor House Restaurant - Home
Yes that's the one.

Wine list was made by an amateur.

The portions were small. My chicken oscar was over cooked 4oz chicken breast with 2 oz crabmeat for $28. It was accompanied by broccoli which had gone to seed . The side salad with lave dra honey dressing was good. The Grand Mariinier bread pudding was dry and tasteless.

My wife's crusted rockfish was small over cooked and thin. Our friends entres like crab imperial ( swimming in a broken mayo sauce),and stuffed shrimp using 6 U-25 with miniature balls of crabmeat were skimpy and average.

No culinary creativity. They must play on the gimmicky placing your name on the menu and the fact their are no eateries within 10 miles

On a scale of 1-10. I give the restaurant a 3.5.

Don't waste you money.
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