I swear I wrote a review of this place, I must have forgotten. This past summer we ventured out to the island in order to try their "world famous best burgers in town." Too bad we have never tried them. It was raining, hot and humid. Your typical Florida weather. We walked in the front of the restaurant; the door is wide open, it is blazing hot inside, and when the one woman looked up from the counter she did not have a very welcoming face. The only thing I remember was looking at my partner and saying, "Did she just leer at us?" Then the smell hit. I will never forget the smell......old fryer oil. That combined with the afore mentioned and I walked out and said we'd find somewhere else to eat. I don't care how good your food is, I shouldn't smell the fryer and you should not make your customers suffer in the Florida heat. I have heard from some of the guys that have eaten there that their food is not THAT great.