The menu changes daily to reflect market availability but consistently serves a broad array of fresh fish. One popular option is to have the fish prepared Shanghai style—steamed with soy and rice wine sauce. Side dishes include asparagus with hollandaise sauce, lobster mac and cheese and Tuscan grilled vegetables. For diners who desire terrestrial fare, try the rib-eye steak or the filet mignon. Try this restaurant's daily special cooked on a cedar plank; the salmon with goat cheese is really good. For those in the mood for something more spicy, the fish prepared island jerk style is a good choice. Befitting a fish market, the atmosphere is informally nautical, from wood plank floors to mounted fish trophies on the walls. There is an actual fish market here where patrons can purchase fresh fish.