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Henniker, New Hampshire
October 26, 2007
From journal October 2007 getaway
April 9, 2001
It has a warm quiet romantic atmosphere, with a split-level floor plan in an old stone building. They have excellent service, and a classical guitarist/vocalist that is entertaining without being intrusive.
Their menu is varied, and includes appetizers ($8-$13 CDN), salads ($5-$7 CDN), and soups ($4-$7 CDN). Entree dishes include pastas ($13-$21), beef/veal ($19-$30 CDN), fish and seafood ($22-$40 CDN), and other specialties. They also have a large selection of desserts ($7-$8 CDN) and coffee.
Gambrinus as a full bar and huge wine list. After being seated, we were promptly served a bread basket. Then, we both started with French Onion soup, served very hot, and hit the spot on a cold night. We both agreed it was the best French Onion soup we had ever had.
My main course was rack of lamb served with a sizable carrot, broccoli, and potatos au gratin....all were great. My wife had their Seafood Linguine Alsatian Style and she loved it. It was mussels, clams, shrimp, and scallops, served with a white wine tomato sauce.
We had a very nice experience at Gambrinus. The food, service, atmosphere, and location are all top notch.
From journal Quebec City