I wanted to give this the full on 5 star but, after a stellar first visit they fell into the salt mine/trap
In short the fish is very fresh the simple atmosphere is nice, especially at night. A nice very informal open feel.
The first was the lobster which isn't traditional north american lobster, which I think is a plus. Its a smaller and more flavorful variety, and served with the white garlic sauce and some nice sides for all of about 6$US. Very nice.
The second was the mixed seafood over rice. Unfortunately, they lost their nice subtle touch, deftly wielded in the above dish. This was undistinguished and salty, without a good base or stock to hold it together.
Its reported that a fisherman owns the place and only good things have been heard about it. Service is good, and they get busy so get there early or late, but not too late.