Reading some of the other reviews, we can only say it's all relative. And we had no problem like others with flies, dirty tables or poor service when we were there (August). We're a well travelled older couple from the UK and have experienced a wide variety and quality of restaurants in our time. Yes, you could say it's expensive, but not that much; yes, it was run by "teenagers" (more like twenty-somethings) but we found them friendly, happy and perfectly competent. Yes, there's not much competition, but the joy of Sconset is that it's not over-run with cafes and eating establishments. For us, staying in a cottage in Sconset, it made a perfect place to go for brunch and dinner (although we discovered you need to book for dinner - it is small). It's relaxed, laid back but sufficiently 'smart' to make it special. You can take your own wine and no corkage if you buy it from the 'Book Shop' next door. Our last night we had crab cakes/scallops and bacon, chicken and mashers/swordfish and lamb jam topping (delicious) with chick peas, peppers, melon. $110 for two, well worth it.