Significant other and I had dinner there New Year's day. We were the first to arrive. My first impression was positive and then we met the hostess/waitress. As with a lot of our other experiences with service on the island, this encounter should be considered poor (at best). However, the restaurant was clean, in good condition and we had an exceptional view of the bay.
Average food, at best. The lobster bisque was horrific (very grainy with no actual lobster meat). I had the Mahi. Which, suprisingly (given the very poor bisque) was very good. The butter sauce was light and the fish was cooked to perfection. Unfortunately, the potato garnish was bland (no seasoning at all) and made the dish unappealing to look at - an all white plate. The savior of the visit was the chocolate soufflet for dessert.
Overall, I would rate this as an average restaurant. You can do much much better on the island.
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