We came in on a slow Monday night (Seafood on a Monday? I know, but I figure it's their stock in trade so they must be able to deal with it.) The calamari appetizer was fantastic. Cooked and breaded with hot spices very nicely, with a wonderfully tasty dipping sauce. My wife enjoyed her tilapia and was enamored with the pesto-like chimichurri sauce. My mahi mahi was tender and grilled so perfectly I rarely used the thick Asian sauce I ordered with it. The vegetables we ordered with them were crisp and cooked well. I was tempted to ask for a little salt for the green beans, and I'm sure our remarkably polite and attentive waiter would have brought some if asked. I was a little unsure about going here, what with all the talk about overfishing these days, but I did not notice any unsustainable selections on the menu. It is warm and comfortable inisde the restaurant, and I'm glad we went.
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