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William Tell Restaurant report, Waterville Valley

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William Tell Restaurant report, Waterville Valley

Shake N Bake | May 28, 2006 07:55 PM

Thank you so much to the hound who recommended the William Tell. We had a delicious, relaxing meal there on Saturday night. The host and server were knowledgable, friendly, and appropriately humorous. The atmosphere is relaxed but proper in an odd NH country way. We were very excited to eat some decent food as the food at WV resort is absolutely terrible.
The food: We started with crabcakes, which could have been crispier but had a delightful trio of sauces from creamy to tangy. The bread that is brought to the table is good, very fresh. We both decided on the filet mignon ($27 per), which was melt-in-your mouth fabulous. Cooked perfectly and served with cooked carrots, a wonderful creamed cauliflower, and your choice of starch- the garlic mashed potatoes were tasty and the rice was good. Also, the filet mignon was perched atop an interesting cornbread biscuit. Also, all entrees come with a nicely done salad. I drank a half bottle of white ($16) and my DC drank a few Heinekens. Excellent service, water glasses always filled. The bill came to $95 before tip. Thank goodness there is some decent (actually wonderful) food near this cuisine-lacking resort!

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