They should call this place ""A Taste of Shame""... I'd rather throw my money into the river this tourist trap overlooks, than spend it there again. Had lunch there today (11/26/06)... the steamed mussels were ok, but drowned in loads of garlic sauce -- which was more like a soup. The fried haddock was undercooked and had a peculiar, bland breading on it. The ""steak fries,"" were probably Oreida potato wedges, as we could taste the freezer burn on them. My dining partner had the ""haddock supreme,"" the newburgh sauce was bland, the dish was served luke-warm, and the fish was described as ""slimy.""\r
And, to top it off, they charged us for soda refills, without letting us know (very tacky!). To make things worse, the 15-year-old waitress had only 2 tables to wait on, including ours, yet we had to wait for eternity for her to show up and bring things to the table -- and she never checked back to make sure everything was ok. Sure, the views are beautiful, but the food and the service are dismal. If you are a tourist, please stay away from this place -- instead, try a local lobster shack or some other establishment that is truly authentic. Avoid this disappointing rip-off.
Pros: Great Views... but that is it!
Cons: Bad service, bad-tasting food, expensive