I just don't get all the positive reviews. The plating presentation and especially the prices say elegant, but um no. The restaurant is situated outside on one end of a large hotel pool but it's trying to be elegant, and poolside with the kids running around is no place for an elegant (expensive) meal. There's also an inside area, but it kind of feels like they put tables in a wide hallway between the pool and the stairways... again, hardly elegant. The hotel as a whole (the Ritz-Carlton) and the restaurant in particular seems like it's a shell of what it perhaps used to be, and you just get the impression that it's trying to be something it just isn't. The service was terribly slow (it took almost 30 minutes to see our drinks, and at 50 minutes in, we didn't yet have our appetizers) and the server gave us reasons and excuses but no apologies, and it didn't get any better after we mentioned it. I ordered Cobia off the MIAMI SPICE menu (a regional prix fixe deal) and the serving was very small... my brother ordered Sea Bass off the regular menu and the serving was easily FOUR TIMES the size (and Sea Bass isn't cheap), so I suspect the "prix fixe" meals are smaller -- supported by the tiny tiny piece of Key Lime Tart that was the prix fixe dessert. (My wife got the prix-fixe pasta, which was a generous portion, but it's pasta so they can give that away). Oh, and the cocktails start at $17 ($14 for a glass of wine)!! Oh, and they added 18% to our check without mentioning it (for a party of three?!?). Dinner for three with 2 of us getting the prix-fixe "bargain" and 3 cocktails and 1 glass of wine between us was $270!! YIKES! What a waste.