Ate here as our last date night of vacation and dressed up for the occasion. It's a sparsely lit place but well appointed.
The menu consists of primarily seafood, most of which we don't eat according to biblical values. Thankfully they also had kosher meats such as lamb chops, steak and chicken. My husband had the lamb, and I had the chicken. Both were quite good and tender. They came with grilled asparagus (too lemony for our liking) and a loaded baked potato.
They also have an extensive dessert menu and bring a tray of samples to your table. We got the creme brulee which was fired at our table to get the crusty top. Quite delicious.
All in all, we would return here if vacationing again on the island but only for a special occasion because it was the most expensive meal we had all week.