Caseys Of Baltimore Hotel restaurant
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Reviewed 29th June 2011 (visited 21 June 2011 )
Stayed in Casey's Hotel a couple of times but this was the first time to eat in the resturaunt. We were there on a Tues evening and it was pretty full. There's a great view out of the resturaunt to the sea inlet. The service was friendly and attentive. I had the crab claws which came with a cracker to get at all the meat and it was a bit of fun getting to the crab meat. I had the baked hake for mains which was fresh and came with a choice of salad and fries or potatoes and veg from their own organic garden. My friend had a lovely tasty starter, like a seafood chowder, I just can't remember what it was called. She had the lamb for mains which she found very tasty also. Its a little bit pricey but you do get very fresh seafood and we found it worth the money.
Reviewed 07th August 2010 (visited 2 August 2010 )
We did very well to get a table here on a busy regatta Bank Holiday Monday. The atmosphere was great and the place was incredibly busy. Staff coped very well with the pressure of the evening. We shared a starter of something based on mackerel, tomatoes, cream and cheese, and despite it not being what either of us expected, it was really tasty and accompanied by a lovely, slightly sweet brown bread (perfect mop-up!). Boy had a vegetarian stir fry which he described as being 'tastier than it looked' and I really enjoyed a huge bowl of mussels in a creamy white wine & onion sauce. We both got very generous and original side salads and chips. Our meal was very reasonably priced for what we had, and we were further impressed to find that we could get a bottle of wine to take away at a reduced price! This place was a real highlight of Baltimore for us.