We had the fish tacos and some sort of fish reuben. First of all, the mahi mahi on the fish tacos was baked and not seasoned at all. Mahi mahi should be grilled with at least a little salt and pepper. Second, the tacos had almost nothing in them; they needed some kind of pico de gallo to brighten them up and a little more cabbage to make them more substantial. The fries were right off the Sysco truck, not crispy, and also not seasoned. Third, the fish on the reuben sandwich still had part of the blood line on it, so it smelled and tasted like low tide at the pier. It was also not seasoned. The bread wasn't grilled or anything, it was just... there. The place wasn't crowded, but the bartender seemed to be the only one working, despite 3 or 4 other staff members being present. They seemed to be more interested in chatting amongst themselves than helping him wait on the couple of occupied tables or us, and seemed intent on distracting him from doing his job. The kitchen seemed to efficiently crank out the underseasoned, defrosted Sysco food, but we watched quite a few orders sit in the window under the heat lamps for about 10 minutes before someone finally took them upstairs to be served. The prices wouldn't have been too bad had the food been made fresh and cooked, cleaned, and seasoned properly. As it stands, the prices are way too high for what they're serving. After eating about half our food, we promptly returned to our hotel room and purged.