one of the few dinner places that open before 1830 so we went there. no direct access from hotel so had to brave the winds. initial reception seating and taking of orders went well. once everything we ordered arrived the staff disappeared. The wings came out first. That means they nuked them. the XXX nachos is just a handful of nachos, and some very thin slices of garlic bread. the chili con carne was more carne than chili and that was it. I would avoid ordering if you were expecting anyone in the US would call Nachos. Chicken breast was good with fair amount of fries and salad. We waited a while for someone to swing by so we could get another water. No one even came to our side of the restaurant. thirsty and tired of waiting we all got up and left. We were halfway back to our room when the wife asked me how much dinner. Then, I realized that we hadn't paid. I went back in and stood near the kitchen counter until one of the wait staff reappeared and then asked him for my bill.