Lunch today was clam chowder, 6 Sweetwater oysters on the half & fish and chips.
Word to the wise: Stay away from the white clam chower. More potato than anything else, it tasted mainly of bacon. Not the best, or even half best, I've had. Grade: D-
Oysters were from Hog Island, and tasted good enough, but none melted in my mouth like the freshest and best. Mignonette was OK. Grade: B-
Fish 'n' chips were fairly good. Chips were cooked crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside. Fish was flaky and firm - their own tartar sauce was mild; not dominated by pickle. Grade: B
$63 for two plus $10 tip. Service was good, but I'll search for bettter chow before eating there again.