On a Saturday night, we couldn't get reservations at the last minute anywhere except for this seafood restaurant, so we started off hoping for the best but not expecting much since they weren't booked like all the other seafood places we tried. When you walk in, the smell of fish assaults your nostrils right away. I didn't mind this at all. Lots of old people so that concerned me as the elderly are famous for enjoying bland food. However, the fish was really flavorful and the portions were huge. All sorts of fish (snapper, mahi mahi, salmon, halibut, etc.) cooked in various ways with aiolis, chutney, etc. and including sides of starch and veggies. The prices were great (Under $20 for most dishes and just over $20 for surf and turf that included two nicely sized lobster tails), and the entrees came with great salad. I'm really surprised this place isn't more popular.