Appetizer: The one which came out - the cold seafood platter - was quite small for something which was specifically intended, according to the menu, to be shared with the table. The three minutes we spent eating it were quite pleasant, though.
The first course of my prix-fix dinner managed to arrive after the second course. We also gained an accidental hummus plate, which would have been nice, had the hummus not been flavorless and terrible.
Main course: My husband's fish was tasty, if not spectacular. My Shanghai lobster was incredibly disappointing, especially for a house special which required a supplemental cost on top of the prix fix's cost. It was adequately broiled, but the "ginger curry" sauce wasn't at all gingery, and was worse than curry that comes in a bag. Also, my lobster arrived nicely split open, but with only a symbolic crack on the claws, which was especially saddening as it took twenty minutes to get a lobster cracker.
Dessert: Clearly not made in house; it was rather good.
Service: Our waitstaff clearly wanted to be attentive, and were clearly overwhelmed by a busy night. I can understand that. Still, we waited about an hour for our entree.