We dined at this restaurant on a Sunday evening. We have nothing against religion but the hymn sing being held in the adjoining gazebo was so loud that we couldn't even hear each other speaking. As it was a very warm evening, the option of moving inside to a non-air conditioned environment was not an option. There is one table by the front door (adjacent to the main street with lots of traffic). One couple did move of the balcony overlooking the bay to the street side table. Food was OK but nothing to get overly excited about.
Highly recommend NOT dining here on a Sunday evening unless you want to feel like you are dining in a church.