We are there in early May. Yellowtail Snapper, an excellent fish, was on the menu. Four of us ordered that, two had the Mahi Mahi special. Although the prepration was different, when they arrived the fish all looked the same. If you know fish, Yellowtail is only about an inch thick when it's alive. Our filets were an inch thick (typical Mahi size). We spoke to the chef who claimed that was impossible, as he didn't have any Mahi Mahi that evening (although it was their special, and two people at our table received it). Then the manager came over and conceeded that it COULD be Mahi, but adamatly refused to admit that it was. He eventually gave one of the four of us a discount, leaving the other three of us Yellowtail eaters with the full bill. We are from Florida, so we're attuned to restaruants serving fish that is not what you order. How would most people know? In Florida your restraunt can be shut down for fish fraud. But on Saba Rock, serving different people each night, fish fraud is easy to perpetrate. Just so you're aware.