My girlfriend made reservations at this restaurant as I was traveling with my husband and he would be at a business dinner. We had a great time!
Our server was a very helpful cheerful young man. My friend ordered a bottle of Flowers Chardonnay which went so nicely with our meal. The oysters were fresh, briny and served with delicious sauces. With the help of Patrick, we ordered tuna poke and the shrimp bruschetta for starters. Tuna poke was great, but I have never had shrimp bruschetta and it was fantastic. I am going to make it for our next dinner party. At the suggestion of Patrick, we had the oyster po boy. Again, stunned. How could it be so good. We followed these great small bites with the steamed bass and fish tacos. The tacos were outstanding. I order them often (and always in Cabo), so I've had a few and found these perfect. The sea bass may have just been a fluke off night (hard not to be generous when everything else was so amazing), but it was cut into small pieces and served in the bamboo steamer basket and was a disappointment. Pieces that small I imagine have to be attended to carefully. Our bass was very very dry and the only dish we left. The good news was it left room for dessert. I asked about the sea salt caramel tart and Patrick told us it was a favorite of his. Okay, this is almost ridiculously good. Somehow, it manages not to be over the top when it is over the top. My girlfriend and I split it and there was not a bit of creamy caramel left. The crust was crisp and flaky, the Carmel had sea salt that stood out in just the right amount to compliment the sweetness of the rich caramel. Very well done! Strongly recommend this fun, lively casual dinner spot.
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