It was suggested to us to try this establishment for dinner. We took them up on it and it was pretty good. Don’t ever let anyone tell you people don’t go out for dinners anymore. It was packed on a Wednesday night. Easy to find, on Wharf Street, close to the Inner Harbour.
Don ordered the Seafood Hot Pot. It was huge and all kinds of seafood in it. Big pieces not some chopped up mini “guess what it is” food. He absolutely loved it. An O’Doull’s was a good pairing.
I ordered the Scallop Dinner. Our server, Terri, suggested I choose this one dinner over another as the scallops were a bit larger in size. It comes in a round flat-bottom bowl with the scallops around the outer edge. It had a great almost succotash in the center of the bowl. It was delicious. I have to mention, however, if you want large scallops, just ask my husband to prepare them. Just sayin’. I enjoyed a glass of chilled Pinot Gris. It was a good choice.
We could not leave without a dessert and, of course, it had to be the Crème Brulee. We have had this dessert all across Europe and everywhere in between.
One Response to Nautical Nellies, Victoria, B.C.
After theRed Lobster, I find that this is the best. 4 ⭐️ Out of 5 for me.