A water's edge marina restaurant that had more the feel of youth camp. Granted we visited on an evening when the weather was less than ideal. But disposable dinnerware and picnic style tables didn't meet expectations.
The fish of the day was Basa of which I had not heard. The waitress pitched it as a lite fish similar to flounder. So I ordered blackened. Portion was huge, fish texture was definitely not flounder. While the fish taste was not bad, it really wasn't pleasant to eat. Blackening spices were overwhelming. I have since learned Basa is a very inexpensive Vietnamese fish, more like catfish, which would explain the texture. While I didn't enjoy the meal, now I begrudge.
Crab bite appetizers were good---fresh taste and good value. Garlic bread was as good as advertised.
Be wary if you want a smoke free dining experience...a sign indicated when window covers are closed-No Smoking--otherwise I presume it is considered outdoor dining which allows smoking.
Team service environment worked very well but I will downgrade based on information.
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