The menu is very restricted with only four options for main course when we visited. Despite this the quality was variable with the lamb and snapper being good, the pork chop undercooked and the tuna not edible. We asked for rice with the lamb but were told no substitutions could be made. Initially our waiter told us that they did not have rice (which contradicted the menu), then that the 'proportionality of the rice and meat needed to be maintained' (which was lost on me) and then that the restaurant was unusually busy (although at the time half the tables were unoccupied). This situation could have been better handled with a better trained waiter. I ordered the snapper and swapped the rice that accompanied this with my son's lamb. The waiter was very helpful as he reconfigured each of the plates but one could not help wondering whether it all should have been done in the kitchen rather than in front of all the other diners. Go next door to the Shipwreck grill where the food is just as good and whole process a lot less hassle.
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