This restaurant came very highly recommended and failed to meet those expectations. It's a beachside place with huge heavy wood furniture (very cool) wrapped around a big ancient tree. The kitchen is an outdoor wood-fed grill that cooks nearly everything. It also has a large tiki-style bar. The food is all BBQ and comes on these cool thick wood plates that look like ring samples sliced right out of a local tree.
Each plate, though, is pretty sparse. You get a meat and two measly sides (usually a baked potato and small slice of red bell pepper). The meat is the reason to go. Thick steaks and ribs are the highlight. The calamari we ordered was overcooked and tough and the mushroom plate was similar. My wife had a fish fillet that was cooked perfect (from another kitchen).
Overall, I'd go for the scenery more than the food. The drinks were pricey and a bit watered down.
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