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April 17, 20115.0
This restaurant is a true gem. It’s a summer restaurant with an open air deck. I had a salmon dinner and the portions where large and delicious. The prices are very good and the servers where very friendly and attentive. I have been going there for 15 years and its always great . For lunch its all sanwiches ,burgers and salads very reasonable,dinner is fancier , you can choose .I love the yummy beer battered fries. It is only open from may to sept and it is right on the water -its a very fun atmosphere. I can’t wait for curtins to open again!
This dish was great it came with homemade soup or salad.
The baked potato was also good
This chili is homemade Its is so good i dream about it.
August 15, 20091.0
The only positive aspect of this place is the view. Especially around sunset, it’s beautiful.
That being said, the service, the food and just about everything about this place makes it one of the worst places I’ve dined.
To begin with, we arrived with a group of 15. Despite one website suggesting that they take reservations, they do not. In fact, the old woman who appeared to be a manager had no desire to deal with us. Despite it being for a friend’s birthday, she split the group up, not even seating us at tables close to each other. Mind you , close tables were empty and one large group of tables that could have accommodated us were left bare most of the time. The one group that was sat there could have easily been sat at one of the other, constantly empty tables. The manager basically said that she didn’t want to make an inconvenience on the establishment for our party.
They were out of one of the beers we ordered, which might be a minor error if not taken as part of the big picture. Our server was below average, once even reaching over two people to put food down, instead of moving around the table. Her service essentially mirrored the managers attitude.
The food was barely on par with what one might expect from Red Lobster. It most certainly wasn’t worth the price we paid. Additionally, when the average dish sits around $20, I’d expect a nicer setup than a box of paper napkins on the table.
There are much better places to go if you want seafood. If you’d like the atmosphere, spend an hour and head to the jersey shore, there’s more to do after dinner anyway. If you only want atmosphere and beer, this place might be ok for your needs, but I wouldn’t risk it.
Go to Red Lobster and get the same level quality.
These dishes from the Curtin's Wharf menu are contributed by Menuism users directly, as part of a restaurant review, or as part of an image upload.