Many Florida dockside outdoor eateries are unappealing because they are dark, dingey and just plain dirty. This place seemed clean, bright and hygenic. The food was served in one-time-use paper trays with plastic cutlery. The food quality was very good and had a homemade quality about it. We had the Calamari, Coconut Shrimp, Fish Tacos and a Cheeseburger for the non-seafood eater in the group. I seem to remember that the Fish Tacos were blackened grouper and not fried mahi, either way, they were delicious.
The only complaint was that it was too expensive for lunch and for the physical building. $22 for 7 coconut shrimp, although it is hard to complain, even about $12, for a "cheeseburger in paradise" for lunch.
It is not easy to categorize the restaurant based on the categories listed. It should fall into the Cheap Eats category based on – quick serve or self-service, but it sometimes falls well above the Bahama Breeze price range into expensive. I would expect they would have a competitive advantage purchasing supplies directly from the source and not charge high-street prices.
Overall the place met our expectations and we would return again and try to find better value items on the menu..
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