All during lunch. The seafood and view was terrific. Two couples, both couples born and raised in Hawaii and very much accustomed to seafood, found the deep fried redfish (a mullet I believe) irresistible. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. You can eat the fish whole or if you wish take the head and tail and fins off. I had this same fish in Venice and the price here was much cheaper.
One of the waitresses spoke English, but when there was doubt the non-speaking one brought the fish out for us to confirm.
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