I've reviewed this restaurant previously. This review pertains to three specific dishes we recently tried, all of which I rate 5 stars.
Shrimp ceviche. This is not like the "traditional" ceviche you'd get in a good Mexican restaurant. It comes in a bowl with a sweet and spicy agave nectar sauce, chunks of citrus fruit and red onion, and very thin slices of red and green peppers. The only change I'd make is to use larger pieces of shrimp. That said, the dish was so good I asked for a spoon so I could finish all the the sauce.
Lobster bisque. I've had lobster bisque served many ways, including this way, which is a not-overly-thick brownish version that's rich with lobster flavor and garnished with small croutons. For $9 more than I paid, you can get it with chunks of lobster, including a claw. Next time I'll probably do that, but the dish this time was perfectly delicious.
Grilled Caribbean ribeye steak. I almost never order steak in a restaurant, because I cook it better myself. But my wife felt like it. Wow, am I glad she did and that she shared half with me. It was — bar none — the best ribeye I've ever eaten. Tender, juicy, overflowing with flavor. If I knew where to buy steaks this thoroughly marbled, I'd fill my freezer. Important in my opinion is that the green peppercorn sauce did NOT overpower the taste of the meat. It came with baby carrots and (?) parsnips. And a special treat was the stuffed half-potato which had some sort of crust on the skin that gave it not only great "mouth feel," but also additional flavor. If I could rate a dish 6 stars, this would be the one.
Throughout this meal we drank champagne by the glass. As usual we sat outside, and as usual the service was impeccable.
You will not go wrong with any of these dishes or with the restaurant as a whole.
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