don't even bother.. Dropped by with my family of 4 looking forward to a nice evening dinner on the patio since we had heard great things about the small plates, etc. WORST. SERVICE. EVER. The hostesses were completely disinterested and aloof and NO server showed up to even say hello for we counted at least 15 minutes. unacceptable. I asked the hostess who our server was and she had a blank stare. so we left. will never be coming back here again. and you shouldn't either.
Americanized tapas - what a concept!!. LeeLynn's is a little difficult to find, but it is worth the effort. Tucked away behind Rte 29 and Rte 100, and located opposite a liquor store, it is easy to underestimate the culinary experience available inside its doors. So far, my wife and I have not had an average dish. They have all been delicious, imaginative and not your standard fare. The most interesting are the "little plates" - tapas-style delights such as home made potato chips, chicken satay, and others too numerous to list. Two or three of these plates are plenty for a couple to split and feel very satisfied. Salads are terrific, too. No tasteless iceberg in these - very tasty greenery and delicious steak, or chicken or cold cuts adorn these orders. And don't forget to try the cream of crab soup - my wife made us go back the next night after our first visit just to order that soup again. You can even get a great sandwich if you are looking for more casual fare. My wife ordered a rueben that was one of the night's specials that was as good as many you'd find in an authentic NYC deli. The only negative I can think of is that sometimes you have to wait for a table - highly recommended.
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