Husband and I eat here about once a year as it's a good distance from where we live. The quality of the seafood is consistently excellent. We shared the baccon wrapped scallops which were cooked to perfection. Wasn't sure we would like the mango salsa but enjoyed it as well. He ordered and loved the redfish and I had the crabcakes appetizer, which was delicious. We each had a drink but I think the pour on the drinks was skimpy so I will not order again. Even though the taste was great I don't think I got good value for my money. We certainly didn't get good value in the desserts we ordered. Chocolate creme brulee... just typing that makes my mouth water. But not for the one served to me at Bonefish. It came straight from the walk-in cooler with nary a hint of sugary shell on top. The kitchen staff didn't even take the time to make sure I was served an actual creme brulee instead of chocolate pudding with melted, runny sugar. I returned the dessert and asked to be served a real creme brulee but that didn't work either. My husband ordered brownie with ice cream and it was just ordinary. I give the seafood and service a rating of five, but the drinks and dessert a rating of 1 1/2.
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