Friday, February 12, 2010
Farmhouse, shabby chic interior with wood-beamed ceilings and well worned wood tables. A perfect lunch-spot on a snowy day off from work. Lunch time is still pricey though an interesting menu creates a unique experience. There are cornichions and salt on the tables and service is thoughtful though distant. I ordered the crab sarnie with fresh chips as well as a side of winter stuffing. The sarnie came prettily served on toast though tasted better on the onion roll offered by the waiter. The winter squash with sausage and chestnuts was slightly spicy though a little bready. The best part of the meal was a salted caramel pudding with cookies on top which was t.d.f.