We went to this restaurant for the first time for dinner on our anniversary, on the recommendation of my brother-in-law, who had only ever been for lunch, and after reading the reviews here, which, although having problems with the personell(!) had no criticism of the food. We did encounter the WWOW (see the other reviews) but she was extremely courteous, and indeed invited us to a cognac on learning of our celebration. The food was uniformly excellent, and not pretentious, and not covered in unnecessary rich and creamy sauces The fish (grouper and mahi mahi) was perfectly cooked and very fresh - my only criticism was that the New Orleans butter sauce was too strong in flavor for the mahi mahi and rather obliterated the taste; the grenoblaise sauce with the grouper was perfect. I would especially compliment the seared tuna we took as a starter, a magnificent Sicilian fish soup that came with the entree - full of vegetables and fish, with a hearty taste but not too spicy - vegetables crisp and simply cooked, and a key lime pie which my wife declared after the first bite to have alone been worth the visit. The outside is very unpreposessing, inside is better, though two tables we tried were too warm. But try out this restaurant - we were totally won over by the cuisine and can't wait to return
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