The Red Carpet
The Red Carpet Review
Old-fashioned ambience and impeccable service are two reasons why this tiny restaurant is a favorite among local politicians and businesspeople. Located in the old Armoury building, it's a very popular lunch spot, offering both familiar favorites (like Bermuda fish chowder) and fresh new tastes (try the Hawaiian chicken salad). At dinner the dining room is usually uncrowded and the relaxed pace encourages diners to savor the deliciously prepared food. Among the culinary highlights are the grilled lamb chops, rib-eye steak, and oysters Rockefeller topped with creamed spinach and hollandaise. Seafood connoisseurs will love the seafood kettle (mussels, shrimp, fish, scallops, and lobster tail in a creamy white-wine and curry sauce).