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OUR ORDER Starters: Home potted salmon and crab, tarragon and lime butter with rye bread pounds 4, Chef's soup of the day pounds 4 Mains: Grilled sea bream fillet, Cajun lime seasoning, wilted Northumbrian leeks, saffron and tomato dressing pounds 11.
Soup of the day ($6) here ranges from good (wild mushroom in a vegetable broth) to excellent (asparagus and mushrooms in chicken broth).
A deliciously homey Bowls section includes a soup of the day, Fish in Crazy Water and Classic Steamers.
Additionally, as a summertime bonus, soup of the day or a mixed green salad may be added to these luncheons for only $1 extra.
Only house specialties like the panuchos, chile en nogada and Ixtapa chile relleno are preceded by the soup of the day.
Back in publishing's golden age, when paperback sales had a lot to with what sort of lurid cover drawing and sexy title you could sneak past the censors, ``bad girls'' were the soup of the day, everyday.
But the soup of the day ($5) the second time, a cream of tomato effort, really was listless and tasteless.
Recommended items: Calamari, jalapeno poppers, soup of the day, pulled pork, tri-tip, baby back pork or beef ribs, mahi-mahi tacos.