We started with a dozen steamed oysters and they tasted like they had just been plucked from the water, they were big and plump and tasty. I wanted a grouper sandwich but they were out so went for the mahi. I eat a lot of seafood and it was the best freshest piece of fish I have eaten other than when we catch it ourselves. It was almost enough to have made two sandwiches out of. My wife had the Florida lobster tail which was a little over cooked but she loved my mahi as well. It was not cheap but not outrageous. The sides were nothing to write home about but we did not go there for potatoes and corn. If it was right on the river it would be better but once you start eating it just does not matter. Will be back.