I was slightly "put off" when I first entered the very casual, not upscale at all restaurant after looking at their menu prices. $37 for a mahi dinner was surprising. It turned out the food was delicious but the portions are HUGE. They could easily drop their prices to more reasonable rates if they cut their portions by 25%.
I ordered the pork shoulder which was delicious as was my husbands mahi. Neither of us could finish the meal however. Since this was our first time and we were unaware of the huge portions we ordered a fish spread as an appetizer to share. It was really good but there was no mention of it being spicy hot but it was hot enough to take away from the overall enjoyment for me. To serve it with pepper crackers only added to the heat. At the least, the spiciness should be mentioned in the menu.
Save your $ on the creme brulee. Even though we were full we decided to share one as this is one of our favorite desserts. The top was burned and the cream was very thick and not very flavorful. I was looking forward to a mixed drink but w/o a licquor license I settled for sharing a very nice wine with my husband.
The service was A+; the ladies worked as a team and were extremely efficient and very friendly.
I would go back but only order appetizers or dinner w/o an appetizer. The chef definitely knows his craft.
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