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Old 02-14-2017, 12:23 PM
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I may have to have the scallops - I dunno?

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Lovely menu!

I'd go for 3 small plates: Salmon spread, arancini, charcuterie

Have fun!

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After the big lunch I had I'll probably have something lighter, too.

We've had the charcuterie plate and it's excellent.
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They had a special Valentine's Day menu. We had a lobster tail special for an apply. It was cut up in bite size pieces served in a garlic butter sauce that was very good. I had the steelhead and she had the fillet minion. It was all good. The sauce with the steelhead was like a teriyaki and excellent.
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I've never had steelhead. I'd probably like it, prepared that way - beautiful char!

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If you like trout, you'd like this. I asked if it was wild caught and the waitron said no, they are raised on the Columbia River in a confined area but large enough they can forage and are not fed commercial food like pen raised salmon.

I thought about getting the two lamb t-bones but wanted to try steelhead and glad I did.
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