This is a large restaurant with a large, imposing ramp in the front. All parking is by valet in season, which is useful, given the heavy tourist trade. The menu is very varied and you can go light or heavy, or a mixture of the two, or salads or sandwiches. The Macademia encrusted sea bass is a tasty option, but the salmon wasn't the greatest. Service was good, but the restaurant is generally packed at night and quite noisy. It's somewhat expensive, in the fine dining category.
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