Overall - a very enjoyable dinner. Get there if you can. Convenient to Cable Beach area but it's a hike from Atlantis area. Be prepared for a $20 something taxi ride or figure out the buses. Great views along the way.
Food - plenty of choices for a variety of tastes. Food was cooked and seasoned well, with great flavor - a great respite from the resort/chain/tourist places in abundance on this isle. Aps: Conch fritters crispy moist yummy perfect, and the crunchy snappy sweet spicy coconut shrimp rated best ever from my sister. The house conch chowder had the rich fully spiced flavor you want from a curry with a pleasant heat that builds with each spoonful, but was a bit light on the conch. From the other reviews it appears the specials don't change too much but we were very happy with the mahi with mango salsa, and the blackened snapper filet. The accompanying rice and veggies were well executed but lacked imagination. Menu also listed steak, lobster, shrimp, salmon, chicken, pork, burgers, and pasta dishes. Was hoping to see something fun with lobster as the season had just opened days earlier.
Value: 3aps, 2 seafood entrees, 2 drinks. $100 and well worth it.
Service: They were slow for a Friday night and service was great - attentive but not intrusive. Probably could have served us another round of drinks had they asked.
Atmosphere. Indoor and outdoor dining, clean, relatively well maintained, nice mix of businessmen, tourists and locals.
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