Seafood dishes, though simpler, fare better. Two jumbo-sized soft-shell crabs ($19.95 platter, a special) are deep-fried in a light, almost tempura-like batter, and emerge crisp, with their inherent sweetness intact. The fried seafood platter ($24.99), one of several different seafood combos, includes generously sized shrimp and oysters with not-too-much crumb, which might make them indistinguishable; a flounder fillet that could be a meal on its own; and the most monstrously sized crab cake I've ever seen. Could it be close to a half pound? I'd have to weigh it to be sure. The Hazelwood has made its reputation on this cake, and while it has more filler than I would like, it is well-seasoned. The crab imperial that tops a marinated a la Grecque chicken breast in the Inn's rendition of chicken Chesapeake ($19.99) suffers the same fate, but I like the moistness and the added citrus oomph that marinating gave the chicken breast (and in the end, I'm glad it came broiled rather than fried, as was my choice). The dish is still way too salty, but take care of that and you have a fine plate.