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Den_ | Oct 6, 200208:44 PM    

Just tried a relativily new resturant in the Bremerton area. I sure wish I had stayed away, I ordered the seafood sampler and after being informed that they were out of clam strips, and would I be satisfied with more shrimp, I agreed and then waited for a while. I was suprised that the $17.95 meal didn't come with salad or anything else for that matter. When it finally arrived, the salmon and cod filets were way overcooked to the point of being very dry. The skewered shrimp were devoid of any taste what-so-ever, and the vegetable that came with the platter was steamed broccoli, and we're not talking florettes here, this was just broccoli heads that were steamed, no added flavor at all. I ended up taking the fish home for my dog, and finished off the beer(not a very good selection there either)

Granted, the view is nice, assuming a view of hiway 3 is to your liking. Anyone else have better experience with this resturant? I drive by it all the time and rarely see many cars parked in the parking lot. Guess that should have clued me in, but I had to find out for myself.

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