I have eaten here once or twice a year over the last few years while visiting my parents. When I ate there last night I noticed a big change in their menu, the waitress told us that they had a new chef. There was a lot I wanted to try, will try next visit. But had the Fried Calamari which had Fried Pickles, Peppers and goat cheese. Awesome! And Sturgeon which had popcorn on it. Sound weird tastes great. My parents had their normal perch. But now the menu makes it place I want to go. Doesn't hurt my feeling that they have a great wine list also.
bad service. I went to this restaurant on 12/19/2009 to celebrate my birthday everything goes fine when the runner serve the foods he spell water on me. i was so mad i tell him to see the manager but i think he never tell the manager i was so angry i will never go agin this restaurant the busser even don’t say hi or anything i spend $200 i got not fear service not good management need to be improve.
If it's true that you get what you pay for, this should be excellent seafood. And it is..
Packed with an older crowd that can afford the tariffs. It's located in the Kingsley Hotel and is decorated by charming murals, Italian starfish tile floors and octopus lamps. Ornate 1930s light fixtures were salvaged from the original hotel. A "fresh catch" selection is cooked as you like it; choose the sauce, too. Fried pickerel, Stilton-crusted Chilean sea bass and shrimp scampi are specialties. Extensive New and Old-World wine list includes "fish-friendly reds."
Crabs Beware. I belong to a birthday club with several friends. On our respective birthdays we select an old favorite or try a new adventure. When we decided on Northern Lakes Seafood Co., it was truly a wonderful thing. The soft shell crab was stunningly delicious. I initially turned up my nose at the idea of garlic mashed potatoes, but almost embarassed the family name by the intense urge to lick my plate (ain't it a shame !! :)? The salad was, crisp, delicious, and fresh. Prices were reasonable. Go ! Eat! Enjoy! And tell your friends and enemies!
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