Restaurant in search of a view.
Or maybe it once had one. It's built as though it had one, and it certainly deserves to have one, but alas there's only a strip of ocean visible from one point within the restaurant.
I like this place. Service is young and attentive. They let you linger and don't make you feel rushed.
Food not only tastes good, it looks good, too. The wine list is quite decent as well.
Seabass was succulent and flavorful with a crunchy shallot crust and champagne sauce, served atop a mound of garlic mashed potatoes. Seared ahi was lovely and I especially liked the stir-fried cabbage accompaniment.
The only complaint I have about the place is the noise level inside-- if something could be done about that, the place would be perfect.
The 16oz New York steak is better than any I ever eaten! It beats Ruth's Chris Steakhouse hands down. No steak sauce is needed. The steak is worth $32.00 My wife had a petite filet for $23.00 which was also good. Our friend Dorian had the Chicken Piccata which was absolutely a delite to your taste buds. The atmosphere is nice, but the open fire outside makes this place a winner. Dinner starts a 5:00pm, I recommend arriving at five or make a reservation! The glass wall allows you the option to watch the cook prepare your steak on your way to the bathroom. Order the chocolate dessert at the same time as your meal cuz it takes 25 minutes to make.