Open for dinner Tuesday through Sunday, starting at 5pm. The best seafood restaurant in the area is just around the corner. If you are looking for fish, steak, or just a great dinner make your reservation now! Our quasi-Polynesian cafe is described as Eclectic California Cuisine with a menu influenced by Hawaiian, Asian, Mexican and Cajun. We pride ourselves on our fresh, wild caught seafood that is cut by Chef Michael, himself, every day, and then cooked by him every night for your dinner. Our.. world famous 3 inch thick pound of fresh swordfish is described by Zagat as The Best on The Planet! Seasonal items include local Laguna Spiney Lobster, fresh Maryland Soft Shell Blue Crab, and Alaskan Copper River Salmon throughout the year. Chef Michael Leech has been perfecting his dishes for years. He is a master veteran of the mesquite broiler and invites you to dine with us!VIEW MORE »VIEW LESS »
I had heard good things about this place, but the first thing we encountered was a very grumpy waiter who never really snapped out of his funk. He was saved by a wonderful waitress who later took over and gave us beautiful service. The food is very large portions. Everyone but me had the swordfish, and my fish was overcooked. I tasted the swordfish and it was delicious as well as the potatoes. The best part of the meal was the perfectly cooked artichoke and delicious dessert. I probably wont eat there again, but my parents did make several meals out of there leftovers.
Posted: 2/04/2009 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review
Located on Glennrye, off the beaten path, is this wonderful, small, quirky restaurant. The food is amazing. Sit at the grill bar and watch them cook your dinner. The owner seems to be a little tempermental - he got rid of my favorite cook, Maurizio.
Posted: 5/29/2008 • Last edited: 4/30/2009 • Link to this review