Classic. An island favorite since 1966, this restaurant draws upon Asian, Italian and Mexican culinary influences. The grill is best known for its selection of 28-day-aged Angus beef. There is also a substantial selection of pastas and a saffron risotto dish prepared with pan-seared scallops. Another option is the catch of the day, which can be prepared broiled with either sage butter or shiitake mushroom-sake sauce. If none of these dishes appeals to you, then consider one of the four prime burgers. Some dishes are finished off tableside in a dining room that offers an entertaining view of the Cozumel promenade. A musical trio performs most nights.