We were headed elsewhere when our B&B host suggested IGC. Had not heard of it before. My wife and I went early (6:00), as they do not take reservations. The restaurant was fairly full and we had an option of waiting for a table or joining a shared table, which we did. We were seated with a couple and their son. The father had a WWII veteran hat on the table and so it was an honor to speak with him. Service was well paced. We started with Leek/Potato soup, Pistachio Dukka, and Deviled Eggs. Followed by the Tenderloin (which we learned is a go-to dish for many), and a baked cod. Everything was wonderful. Finished with a creme brulee, Also very good. Good environment, good vibe. Highly recommended.
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