It’s been a flurry of papers, books, and lab coats for me these past two weeks. In all the hullabaloo, I haven’t had a chance to slow down long enough to write a blog post. As nothing extraordinary has happened this week, let’s rewind back to last week – Saturday night, 8 PM, Legal Seafood Restaurant.
Like my outing to the 99 Restaurant that I blogged about a while back, this was my first time at Legal Seafood, and I have to say, I thoroughly enjoyed the experience.
The staff was very cordial and friendly, and offered us free samples prior to the arrival of the rolls because we were first timers (or so we think, because the other tables didn’t get samples).
As for the food, we ordered clams and mussels for appetizers, New England fried oysters with a side of french fries and a side of seaweed, a pasta dish, and some white sangria. We sampled each others dishes in addition to eating our own, and in my opinion, all the dishes were delicious.
For diners with big appetites: I thought the portions here were normal to large. Then again, that could be because my stomach is puny and can’t handle much more than the appetizer round.
Of course, Legal Seafood is notoriously expensive, but the good service and good food numbed the pain of the hefty bill a bit.
Here are some terrible-quality pictures I took with my phone. The lighting was pretty dim so the pictures are awful, sorry! =)