I expected my dish to have smoked salmon on it, but instead there was a rather large piece of salmon. When I tasted it I realized it was overcooked, not to the point of being inedible, but rather to the point of not really being worth eating. I'm certain that fish had spent some time in a freezer. The eggs were overcooked as well, with one of them being closer to the consistency of a hard-boiled egg inside. Nowhere near a poached egg. The hollandaise sauce was flat and flavorless. In fact the only thing that had any taste was the leaf spinach sautéed in oil and lemon juice Greek style. I guess I was wrong in my earlier assumption about a restaurant that features eggs Benedict being able to produce a good one. It wasn't terrible, I did finish it, but it wasn't good. It was just there, total mediocrity.
The other two dishes were similar in quality with the steak sandwich being tough, like someone cut up (more like hacked with a machete blade) some leftover roast beef. Thirty-four bucks plus tip for medicre food that took forever to make. Too bad as there is potential there in location, menu and decor. They probably do well enough with the tourist trade but I seriously doubt they have a loyal local clientele. As for me, I'll pass by next time and go to the Lambertville Station or try someplace else.