As other reviewers have noted, the "dining room" is very compact. 5 chairs are provided at the front window which allows side-by-side seating so patrons can eat and look out the front window onto the sidewalk and street and bay beyond. In addition, there are maybe 4 tables. Long waits are not uncommon. That having been said, the food is worth the wait. I had a perfectly prepared plate of ono (see accompanying photo) with tasty sides. My wife had a plate which she enjoyed equally as much.
Tip: given the usual number of local diners and visitors, especially when a ship has docked for the day, we found it best to have a late lunch. After about 2 PM, we just walked in and sat down. Good timing!
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