Wonderful position looking on to the marina. A warm welcome and we two were given a table for four. The service was attentive and friendly and when we chose the chicken picatta and I said I do not eat pasta a side salad and plantain were willing substituted.
The food was good, but even better was the attentive waitress who, noticing that a whole bunch of American boatpeople had piled in to greet their friends and talk in the inevitable raucous tones while standing all over us, came and asked if we would like to be moved.
We replied, as loudly as possible under the circumsatnces that as we had been given this nice table we were going to stay. I have to say I was tempted to stab one in the derrière with my fork - I resisted!
I got the last piece of passion cake and he who was paying settled for the Key lime pie but we ended up sharing. The very polite quiet Americans on the other table next door were not impressed with their pie and, to be truthful I have tasted better.
On the whole though, a good evening with better food, and certainly service, than we had been led to believe.
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