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Lamaranthe | Nov 19, 2005 03:22 PM

In The Nov. issue of the Thornhill Magazine, there is a mixed review about Rodney's. They say that their lobster is the best in town but that service there is "processed", i.e. you order-eat-and-go. Their clam chowder is said to be so-so: the Manhattan one is "a boring tomate base with rubbery clams" while their "New England" one is "painfully bland and features more of those rubbery clams."
Is that true?

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