We came here on Thanksgiving night - not a big deal as a holiday for us Brits, but it was very lively with a lot of Americans celebrating the holiday, which may have added to the ambience.
Service was a little erratic because it was so busy, but our waiter was very aware of when we were waiting for stuff (wine, for example) and made sure he made us know we hadn't been forgotten, which satisfied us. We shared a couple of starters, which were both tasty (conch fritters and a sesame tuna dish), and both had the ubiquitous rock lobster for our main course - a very large serving and good value at $40 each.
If we had been in St Kitts for longer, we would have gone back.
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