Me and my wife went there for our anniversary dinner. It was very hidden inside the Robinson store and I was later told this is the intention.
First came the cornbread, it was freshly made every day, with two kinds of cheese inside. The cheese flavor was not strong, just a very subtle fragrance.
First, we tried half dozen oyster platter, they were surprisingly good, crispy and briny, almost comparable to French oysters like fine de claire or belon.
We then ordered ribeye, crab cake, and a side kale salad. The manager is so thoughtful to share both ribeye and crab cake on one plate each for us. The crab cake may be the best I have tasted in my life. The ribeye is good, but not the best as it is not as tender as I expected. Kale salad is also good, with a little bit taste of mint, not too oily and not too saucy.
Last we had grandma's apple pie as our dessert. Again, it is good - the pastry was soft, never oily.
We received a surprise chocolate cake from the manager, he also spent a long time to explain the food and history of this restaurant.
Definitely worth recommending, and will surely come back again to try other dishes.
Corn bread, Oyster platter, Ribeye and cake, Crab cake
Table Wait Time: 0 minute(s)
Date of Visit: May 16, 2019
Spending per head: Approximately $180(Dinner)Other Ratings: