First none of the pictures reflect that this place has a long lunch counter and only five or six booths with high back benches. The grill/cooking area is right behind the lunch type counter. The service was good and the food service was fast. They do not serve hard liquor cocktails. They have a small selection of wines and beers. I had a Sam Adams, but they had only one bottle and no draft so I could not get a second. They featured McChouffe beer, over priced at $8 a glass only rated 89 by beer advocate. The fried shrimp torpedo appetizer was tasty. I wanted capensis and was offered mahi mahi, instead I had the shrimp island style. Typical of supermarket bottled sauce, but not wonderful tasting jerk sauce on the shrimp with tasteless tomato, cilantro, and onion butter sauce and horrible Caribbean rice pilaf . My wife had the mussel special which was loaded with broken pieces of mussel shell from eastern Canada. Several mussels did not open, an indication of not fresh or dead mussels or just plain improper cooking. Afterwards we had coffee, big mistake. It was either a instant or more likely a k-cup type brew which NEVER produces good coffee, but fast for lazy folk who don't care for the quality of a fine brew or espresso.
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