Waiting. Waiting for them to start the fire. Waiting for the fire to turn into coals, waiting for the cook to dress the seafood, waiting for the seafood to grill, waiting for them to set up the salad and rice station. It had to be refilled after every other guest. They seem to do things linearly. One task at a time, strolling and whistling as they go about their business.
Yes, the sunset is stunning, but if the fire is not lit, do prepare yourself for an hour plus wait for them to begin food service. We were finally headed back to our room only after 2 hours and 34 minutes. Again, not a huge problem except that we had ravenous kids who nderstandably became impatient after sundown.
The meals are inexpensive, but the sides are simple, even slightly off. If you are willing to pay for it, Tuna Bay next door has far better value for money.
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