Cheddar Crab Dip
2/22/14 - Editors note: Managment has changed and they have revamped the menu. This review is out-dated, and none of the food reviewed remains on the menu.
This is an updated review with additional information and pictures:
I have fallen in love with this place the last few months. If it was just a bit cheaper, I think I would live here.
I usually get one of the risotto dishes when I'm here. Most commonly the blackened mahi over a pineapple risotto with a honey ginger reduction (pictured below). I love the sweet with the spicy (although sometimes there is too much sweet)
I have also ordered the grouper with a lobster risotto (pictured below). Very good, with big pieces of lobster in the risotto, the fish is prepared well and flaky, but once (out of 4 times) we found a small bone in the fish, and the dish costs almost $26.
And I have had one of their specials, it was some kind of fish with a cinnamon glaze and a squash or pumpkin risotto. This lacked a bit in flavor, and I wouldn't have ordered it again, but I think it is off the menu now anyway.
I would also recommend the cheddar crab dip as an appetizer (pictured above), good size pieces of crab, and just a nice flavor. Even the chips are slightly seasoning and the avacado on top of the dip adds a nice creamy contrast.
Bread is always too hot, and a bit too crunchy for my liking, but it is free and there is a lot of it. I personally don't think the upgrade to a salad is worth it, but that is just me.
|Blackened Mahi on a pineapple risotto with a honey ginger reduction||
Pan seared grouper on a lobster risotto and crunchy / fried green beans on top