We visited during Restaurant Week, so the things we ordered may not be on their regular menu.
For appetizers, we had the She Crab Soup, and Grilled Quail. Both were delicious. The quail was really something different for an appetizer.
Both of us had the Roasted Local Fish for an entre, The day we were there it was swordfish. I honestly thought the portion was quite small - 4 oz, perhaps? (When dining during Restaurant Week, you can never tell if they've made portions smaller to compensate for the reduced cost, or if the portions are of normal size.) I thought it was quite dry. Swordfish tends to be dry, but if my memory serves me right I've had moist presentations at other restaurants. The swordfish sat on top of a brussel sprout, carrot, and ham combination which I absolutely loved. I would have much rather had a plateful of that than the swordfish.
For dessert I had key lime pie which was really good. My wife had a berry mousse. The berries on top were tart as expected, but the mousse was fairly tasteless.
The view was spectactular.
We took a look at the regular menu, and given the sky-high prices, I don't expect we'll return.
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