The food was good - not great but good. Thai food, which was a rare find, was pretty good. Not many menu items but fresh and good flavor. Catch of the day was snapper; grilled and prepared well. Standard island side dishes. Portions were moderate.
Don't go hungry. From seating to leaving was just under two hours and there were only two other tables. Wondered if the chef was fishing for the catch of the day. No excuses given, just a crazy long wait.
Price was high compared to other meals in the area.
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