I was a guest at Hyatt Regency for 10 days in March 2010. The Waterfront restaurant is where I had breakfast, most lunches and dinner. It's the dinner service that I am most compelled to boast about. My diet is confined to seafood, foul and vegetarian selections. The menu is best captioned as fusion cooking, a bit American, a bit Caribbean, nothing is too spicy. The callaloo soup, jumbo coconut shrimps and crab legs with curry dumplins are my favorites but they're not always on the rotating menu. I had the duck with mashed potatoes topped with a wine reduction-drenched pear three nights. This entree, like many of the desserts, is a modest and satisfying serving with an elegant presentation. The salmon, which I had a couple nights, is satisfying but not highly memorable. Each night the highlight and show-stealer of my dinner was the dessert. OMG!! Fine art on a plate that never failed to complete the meal and melt my heart.
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