We chose this restaurant for a casual dinner based on a positive write-up in Frommer's guide. There are several restaurants around the marina, and the ambience is charming. The service was good and the food passable. But any reverie we might have felt after the meal was lost when Kathy went to the lavatory. The facilities include two single restrooms, entered from outside of the restaurant. Upon opening the door and turning on the light, Kathy was startled by GIANT cockroaches - the size of mice, no exaggeration! - scampering around the room. A squashed bug that a previous patron had stomped lay dead by the sink. Another one was flipped onto his back, wiggling his little legs in desperation. Two or three more healthy and athletic roaches ran around the tiny room, sometimes up the walls. Aside from the creepy feeling of peeing in a confined space with giant cockroaches, there was the realization that this restroom might reflect the level of sanitation elsewhere in the restaurant - like the kitchen.
We spoke to a manager about the situation, and he nonchalantly said, "Oh yes, they [the cockroaches] get crazy sometimes." As if they were household pets!
PS - We've been told that in the tropics, cockroaches are called Palmetto bugs. Same thing, nicer name.
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