The entire experience was very good. The lobster bisque was a little darker than normal, but it really tasted good. I had the Seafood paella, which was prepared as well as I have ever had it. Lots of seafood, 1/2 a lobster, clams, mussels, shrimp, etc. way more than I could eat. Personally I am not looking for a cheap meal. I look for a well prepared meal, friendly and attentive staff, and a decent offering of wine. This place has it all. Is this a bargain? Depends on your definition of bargain. If you are looking for less pricy, there are many less cost dinners available on the Nautical Mile. HOWEVER, you will not get the same quality. $29 for Seafood Paella? If it's good, of course I'd pay it. And I did, without any regrets. My wifes twin Lobsters were to die for. Perfectly prepared and seasoned. And then there was dessert. The NY Cheesecake parfait drizzled with Caramel, with sliced bananas on the bottom, was a very good end to the dinner, with a snifter of Grand Marnier. Price? WHO CARES! This is fine dining in a casual atmosphere overlooking the busy canal. Oh, by the way, I DID NOT pick from the price fix offering, because I'm not looking for the bargain, I'm looking for the specialty of the kitchen. The Price fix menu DID look good, and had several types of fish, cooked any of several ways, according to your liking. I can't believe anyone would complain about a meal when they are restricting themselves to only a portion of the menu. I saw dish after dish, come out of the kitchen, prepared to tantalize. Oh yeah, They were voted #1 on the Nautical Mile for three years in a row... You have to come here to have fantastic seafood. My suggestion is to get there early, before the crowd, if this bothers you. I did not find the noise level bothersome, as we were able to keep a conversation without raising our voices. Thumbs up!
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