We had great raw oysters, clams and tuna sushi sandwiches. The man from Aruba who made the tuna triangles was so fun and pleasant when we sat at the bar for lunch! We had the them almost at every meal. Breakfast was a spa omelet of Spanish, avocado , tomatoes, and goat cheese. The potatoes and omelet were great. I love good coffee and they had it and kept my cup filled. The wait staff is young. The hostess seemed a bit scattered but pleasant. We were promised a specific table for Saturday evening when we were advised to make reservations. When we arrived were sat some where else. We were asked before we were served if everything was ok and we said that we were told we had a different table. We were immediately moved. I was happy. They had patio heaters which looked very nice on the deck near the water but we never went outside. We meet 2 other couples and we all shared a lot of laughs which kept us inside. It was a fun time!
Crème brulee was only ok. We have had better. The top was not warm. They were not very sweet and they were not a good sample of the 3 different flavors. Sort of tasted all the same. My husbands dinner of Lamb shank was tender and fell off the bone. The texture was pleasant on the palette. My Sword fish was good too. We had so many oysters and tuna triangles again I was pretty full for dinner!
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