Nick and Robin kept us welcomed and well fed as we enjoyed an outstanding serving of Swordfish with a caper sauce. It was the Special of the Day, so we guess that the chef walked out to the boat with rod and pan and pulled the fish out of the water then and there. As mid-westerners, we are used to "fresh fish by Fedex". Instead, this meal was sweet and succulent, with a tender juiciness we have not enjoyed before. The Sunshine Seafood Cafe is an open air restaurant that offers seating for about 40 people, max, so no matter when you come, you won't feel crowded into a corner and run through the mill. We enjoyed our dinner so much we returned for lunch a couple days later. Had a crusted goat cheese fresh greens salad with blackened salmon. Exquisite. Over time, what we have learned about successful restaurants is that the venue is important, the service important, but the food is key. Sunshine has an excellent menu prepared by a very accomplished chef's crew. Kudos to the team. Your restaurant is a sure bet when the question comes up, "Where's a good place to eat tonight?"
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