As a vegetarian, there are two options on the menu--black beans and quesadillas. I have had them both and they are both delicious. The past two times I've gotten the black beans because they are just so darn good. A bowl of black beans, a scoop of rice, some shredded lettuce and a bit of salsa with a tortilla. I would have prefered more salsa but considering their salsa isn't that great, I didn't miss it. Maybe some shredded cheese would be good too. They have lots of hot sauce options up at the bar so if that interests you, be sure to go up and check it out. Our group always gets a few baskets of fries, which are sprinkled with some sort of crack dust because they certainly are addictive.
The rest of my group (all non-vegetarians) have gotten the Chickee Tiki chicken sandwich, the tuna sandwich, the tuna salad, tuna pita, cheesesteak sandwich and burgers. They have all been pleased and actually look forward to getting to Burdine's and eating for the majority of our trip. The last time we were there, two folks got the seared ahi tuna sandwich and while they wanted it lightly seared (basically raw), it came out cooked through and they were terribly disappointed. That night was in mini lobster season so they were a bit harried so I think the group forgave the cooks their oversight.
The service is a bit spotty and can be a bit moody but the ladies are hard working and typically have to put up with quite a lot of bull** from the drunk fishing boys that come through.