Update: Always go here when you want lot of food or just want to split something. It’s a laid back and is family-oriented. This time I had the three fish plate (grilled Mahi-Mahi, blackened tuna steak, and parmesan crusted tilapia) which started off with a salad and then the main course. Tuna is not my favorite fish since most of the places I’ve tried it in the past overcooked it and turned out too dry. This one was just right and was seasoned very well.
Mahi Mahi – $15. You get lots of food for the price. Most plates included a baked potato or mashed potatoes covered in gravy. The glass of water I had tasted like its was from the tap, so it’s not very good.