I wound up here because I wanted to try lionfish. After asking around, this was one of two recommended locations. It was a little tricky to find (for a non-local). I was seated at a table by the open window. I had a gorgeous view and a cool breeze. Because it was the off-season, I also had the restaurant to myself. The decor was simple but elegant and appreciated after nearly a week of more casual dining locations.
The food was very good. The bread came early as well as a amuse-bouche. I drank my virgin pina colada while I waited for my lion fish. The fish was a mild disappointment. It was prepared perfectly but I couldn't tell it apart from several whitefish varieties I was already familiar with. I ended up leaving the meal abruptly (see note below), but really enjoyed the small tastes of everything I tried.
Note: This place was really hard to review as I got really sick part way through dinner. This is NOT the restaurant's fault as I simply slipped into a migraine after a day of diving and not enough water.