Ambience is great. Make sure you make a reservation. Kid thought it had a survivor feel eating outside in a big tiki hut or sorts.
Food was good. Everyone was pleased.
Service was a bit slow and the prices were a bit high (or exactly inline with what you'd expect at a resort). Water glasses went empty a few times for example.
I'd go back.
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