Lobster stew, Prince Edward Island mussels in madeira wine sauce, truffle cheese fries, wild-mushroom risotto, and other inventive dishes
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Choose Between Two Options
$25 for $50 worth of seafood and steaks
$45 for $100 worth of seafood and steaks for four or more
The menu includes traditional lobster stew ($16 for a bowl), sea salt and vinegar calamari ($12), seafood jambalaya ($26), maple-brined pork chops ($22), and wood-grilled filet mignon ($34).
Royal River Grillhouse
Chefs at the Royal River Grillhouse merge classic Maine culinary traditions with contemporary cooking techniques. Bowls of lobster stew and Prince Edward Island mussels in madeira reduction cater to traditionalist seafood diners, and truffle cheese fries put a spin on standards. Hand-cut steaks cook on a grill lit by smoldering wood to infuse the meat with smokiness. Guests can sip on a speciality cocktail or a glass of wine from an expansive list while enjoying views of the Royal River from the dining room or the deck.