Since we didn't stay on the boardwalk this time around, We wanted to do a boardwalk night, and since this restaurant is located on the boards at 15st we figured we could kill 2 birds with one stone. Started the meal off with some raw oysters that were a bit small, but $12 for 6 is a fair price, and they tasted delicious so no complaints. I'm not wild about the Caesar they serve here, so opted for the tossed salad, which they do a very good job with. my wife ordered the lobster tail, it came out resting on top of the shell, and was broiled to perfection. Some times you can get a tail that seems like it was vulcanized, but that was definitely not the case here. She didn't have to fight with it to eat it, she was able to simply cut it effortlessly with the side of her fork. The best part was the taste the butter didn't mask the flavor instead it brought out the natural sweetness of this king of the crustaceans. Equally as satisfying was the Halibut that I ordered, it came out thick an moist through out the entire cut, the mash potatoes needed some salt and pepper, as did the green beans but other than that the food was back to the way it was years ago before they rebuilt the restaurant. Only complaint was that it took an extra ordinarily LONG time to get our food, it was an hour just for appetizers soup, and salads to come out ~ and no, they weren't very busy at all. My guess would be understaffed.