Discover Restaurants offering the best Contemporary food in Clinton, Connecticut, United States. Clinton is a town Middlesex County, Connecticut, United States. The town center along the shore line was listed as a census-designated place (CDP) by the U.S. Census Bureau in the 2000 census.
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4 based on 282 reviews
Owner and Executive Chef, Ilario Suppa, learned how to cook from his father, Chef Silvio Suppa, who was born in the Campagna Region near Naples, Italy. He took Ilario under his tutelage when he was just 14. âIâd come home from school and go directly to ou
We had an enjoyable dinner. They had both indoor and outdoor seating. They had a nice menu - appetizers, soups, salads, pasta dishes, chicken, fish, beef, veal dishes, drinks and desserts. We ordered two dishes to share- Chicken Marsala and Pasta Primavera. Both dishes were well prepared (fresh ingredients)and generous portions. We had leftovers to bring home. In addition we had good service.
4 based on 364 reviews
The Wharf Restaurant is located inside the Madison Beach Hotel overlooking the Long Island Sound. Open year-round, this location is the perfect spot to enjoy breakfast, lunch or dinner with a water view and beautiful sunrises and sunsets. Enjoy the natura
This deservedly popular restaurant has the most beautiful view of LI Sound and across to Long Island. Right on Madison Beach, the covered veranda is a choice spot for meals while watching sailboats right offshore. Connected to the gorgeous AAA Four Diamond-rated Madison Beach Hotel in the pretty town of Madison CT, this was a perfect spot for our summer lunch with friends. The food was exceptional - everything we had was delicious from mussels, sandwiches and salads. However although the waitstaff was very pleasant, service was really odd. We had to ask twice for our table water glasses to be filled, some of us got lunch menus and others got dinner menus (replaced with apologies), no spoons were provided with the soup, a couple of glasses of wine took 15 minutes to arrive as did later coffee and a plate was snatched from one diner while they were reaching for a french fry. Not what one expects from such an upscale place. We are always happy to be patient when a restaurant is popular and busy and no one of these issues was really terrible, but the cumulative effect was one of inattentive service. That said, we would definitely go again and would guess that a Sunday brunch here would be wonderful.Dear VoyagesByTwo -Thank you for your review! I regret that our service was not up to par, and appreciate your frank and valuable comments. We take great pride in our level of service and I regret that we missed the mark with your table. Please come again so we can provide the experience you expected and deserve. And, yes, we have a fabulous Sunday brunch!
4 based on 26 reviews
Menu is more than merely grilled cheese and soup. Many variations on the old favorite can be found here. The Mousetrap (five cheese blend) was great, but the French Mouse (Brie and apricot jam) was amazing. Friendly staff and good food. We'll be back to try other things on the menu. Highly recommended.
4 based on 271 reviews
Our meal here was very enjoyable and delicious! It wasn't too crowded on a Thursday evening though reservations are still recommended. Drinks and entrees were not too expensive. The menu is rather limited but has a good choice for all types of food from fish to a good hangar steak. The truffle fries are served piping hot and good. Good bread accompanies the meal and desserts are tasty and reasonably priced. Not far from I 95 N or S and on the edge of the Main Street area in Old Saybrook. Service is excellent.
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