On to the mains...
I chose the Grouper Caprese while The Spouse opted for the ribeye - both were wonderful and sizeable portions. The ribeye demi-glace had a little zip to it (more tangy than spicy) and the Caprese came with spaghetti with pesto, tomatoes and the grouper had buffalo mozzarella melted on top. This MIGHT be the best grouper presentation I've had on the island but, naturally, I'll end up in a fist fight with someone over comments like that.
Both came with perfectly steamed asparagus and broccoli on the side. The ribeye had roasted baby potatoes included.
I only ate half the grouper as I wanted to save room for the soon-to-be-infamous Nutella cheesecake. It was wonderful: good balance of flavours and light tasting with a distinct chocolate/hazelnut combo. It was beautifully presented with hazelnut ice cream, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and chocolate drizzle on the side:
The biggest surprise of the night? The bill: it was VERY good value - okay, it wasn't "cheap" by any stretch of the imagination but it was a lot less than I expected... we've certainly paid more for lesser meals on the island. I won't cite the guilty as I've done that elsewhere.
Service: the service was good, efficient but a little timid. I noticed that most of the staff are still getting their "legs" so I expect this to improve as the operation streamlines. The Spouse is deaf in one ear so the hushed tones of the service staff didn't really work and they didn't pick up on the ear being pushed out to catch what was being said. But it was still good service.
Hilarity highlight of the night was the gent sitting behind us who, in a very loud voice, announced that he would like an "ASS-presso" for his after-dinner coffee. The bewildered waitress asked him to repeat it. By the third time, we were howling wondering what she was thinking and what would eventually show up in the cup.
We'll be back. I imagine it's about to get tough reserving a table so I'd advise everyone to book well in advance.