Went there in June with my wife, so it was not crowded.
The meal scorecard:
Octopus Appetizer: Very good.
Cracked Conch: Excellent. Very crisp. Served with pickled fennel, which was something new & delicious. A very creative & crunchy side to the conch. A formal request was made for me to replicate the pickled fennel this summer--should not be difficult.
Seared Snapper--Very good.
Dishes are partnered with very creative sides that enhance the flavors of the main dish.
Classic Vanilla Crème Brûlée--I can only give this a "good" rating. My wife's creme brulee is better. The vanilla flavor was a little weak, but I give the chef credit for the fresh crunch on the torched sugar shell that tops the desert. The sugar shell only remains crunchy when it is served quickly because the humidity of the tropics is unforgiving and can turn the sugar into limp mush if not served right away.
A pricey meal, but still very good to excellent. Including one drink, the meal set me back about $150 U.S.
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