Everyone in our party was terribly dissapointed. The "Lobster Pie" was a disaster: lobster pieces so overcooked they were actually rubbery, all smothered in a vulgar amount of sherry. The seafood pasta was dry and bland, the only discernable seasoning being stale, dried herbs. My broiled scallops were decent, until I nearly choked on a half-inch shard of clam shell. This was amateur bar food at best and they would be better off sticking to burgers and fries. On a side note, the prices listed on the official Fodor's review is dated as the menu now ranges from $14 - $27, with an average price being about $19.00.
We have probably eaten here over 20 times and, while no meal was a gastronomic adventure, the food has always been well prepared and tasty. The prices reflect a real value for what you get and the service ranges from perfunctory to very friendly and helpful. Don't expect a memorable meal...just good food at a fair price.