My partner and I both decided to have the pork shanks. They were on the menu, as fall off the bone.....well they were far from that as we both had difficulty cutting them off the bone. We told our server and she offered to take them back and cook them more. The key to shanks is to slow cook for a longer period of time to have them fall off the bone.....my cabbage was cold.
I have eaten here in the past and the food was good, especially the fresh fish. They had a up charge on the menu for some items like grouper of $4.00....not sure we will return.
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