Food good, fish fresh but portions have gotten smaller over the years and prices have risen. It is basically a takeout place where you eat on picnic tables right on the water which is beautiful, but you are paying prices more like you are eating at a sit down restaurant with real utensils and plates, not plastic. I really enjoy eating in this type of place, but would be better at a lower price and getting a bigger portion. Had grilled tuna sandwich which had a very small piece of tuna, husband had hogfish which was larger and delicious by report. Shrimp quesadilla uses baby shrimp, not key west pinks, a disappointment but still tasty.
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