First of all, the staff was absolutely fabulous. I went there one night without a reservation and Andrew apologized since reservations were required, of course I didn't have a problem with that, and asked if he could make one for the following evening. We introduced one another. I said "lets make a reservation for 6 PM tomorrow" He looked at me and said "Randy, you've got it." As I left I wondered if he'd remember this and to write it down. The next evening we arrived and Andrew greeted us and said "Randy, so good to you see you, I have table #1 ready for you" That alone made me think that this is the best restaurant on the island, but it didn't stop there. From the start they treated us as if were VIP's on the island. Kim our waitress made sure that we wanted for nothing. I'm also a photographer and getting sunset shots there is incredibly easy.
As we sat and waited for our drinks Andrew came over and said if I'd look to take a photo of the Mahi Mahi they just caught. Who am I to say "no"? The Chef came out of the kitchen holding this gigantic fish and I could not believe my eyes. (See photo)
The food is simply divine. We had Island Salad, Chowder of the day which had the Mahi Mahi in it. So you know it is all very fresh. The steak I had was made to perfection.
YOU MUST HAVE THEIR DESSERT the day we went they had homemade coconut ice cream. Never had better.
At the end of the meal Laura, the owner, talked to us. She came to the island about 8 years ago and fixed this place up it's wonderful. You need to stay there. Back to Laura, she asked if I enjoyed the meal (Not knowing my odd sense of humor) I said to her that it was awful I believe that's when I realized that not everyone knows how abstract my humor is. I quickly said I'm kidding and thank goodness all is well. We ended up talking for 10 minutes about the island, her place The Waves at Cane Bay, and how she came to the island. Again, they make you feel as if you're the most important person there and on the island. They know how to treat a person.