The fish and chips were so over cooked that I kept having to pull inedible, rubbery chunks of fish out of my mouth--not bones. I have had fish and chips all over the world, and I have never tasted such poorly-prepared fish. My in-laws took us there for a "treat" so I didn't send the food back, but I should have. The blackened tacos were decidedly over-salted ( and I usually like salt). Here again, rubbery, overlooked fish. Do yourself a favor and choose another spot to eat.
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