The place was hopping - the crowd was huge - too huge! The menu on the electronic tablet should have been a clue as to what seems to be the philosophy - how do we feed as many people as efficiently as possible? Efficiency is not my number one dining priority but if it's what your after ... The service was prefunctory. The food was OK - but there was no sense what so ever that it was prepared for me - it was just one more order of mussels or coconut shrimp (I suspect they serve hundreds a day.) My mussels and shrimp were probably the better of the dishes. Both my wife's and father-in-law's fish were a bit overcooked and over sauced. And everything seemed a tad overpriced. Sorry it wasn't better.
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