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Williams Bay, Wisconsin
February 28, 2004
From journal Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands
February 26, 2004
FOOD: Although there are selections of beef and lamb, most of the menu revolves around the fresh seafood. We split a conch taco appetizer, which was to die for. We each had a lettuce salad that was served with a vinaigrette dressing, which was overpowered with vinegar and the lettuce was of poor quality. Salad dressing choices were very limited. We chose mahi-mahi and grilled lobster for our entrees. The mahi-mahi was excellent, but the lobster was only average and little tough. Desserts were a mango mousse and roasted rum pineapple flavored with vanilla and served with coconut ice cream. The mousse had little flavor, but the pineapple dessert was pure heaven.
LIQUOR: We didn't have cocktails. Most of their wines were French, so we chose a Sterling Merlot, which is always excellent. It was priced about twice as much as in the States -- around $60.
SERVICE: We were served by a team. The males were friendly, knowledgeable, and polite; the females were nearly rude and seemed stressed out. Service on the whole was pretty slow, but this was a vacation to relax, so it fit right in.
COST: Total cost without tips and taxes was approximately $190 for both of us.
SUMMARY: For the quality of the food and such, it wasn't really worth it. This a beautiful restaurant, but not one we'd ever return to.
From journal Dining at Anacaona, Providenciales, Turks and Caicos