We were attracted by the waterfront location and it seemed busy, what we thought was a good sign. It turned out the crowds were tour groups. The restaurant serves up food in quantity, and I’m afraid the quality suffers. We both had fish that was spongy with a dollop of tomato-based sauce. The service was good, however. I really wish we had gone elsewhere.
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