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Also good was the crispy, wok-fired moi. There just was one detail amiss. The server did warn us that the moi was “big enough for two.” Derek ordered it anyway. “This isn’t for two,” he said when he saw it. He proceeded to demolish every bite, no problem. It wasn’t much more moi than you get when you order the similar dish at Marbella. However, at Marbella, it costs about $25 and at BluWater it cost $40. The only way it really seemed “for two” was that it was double the price of most entrees. The server should have mentioned that small fact, since fish was designated “market price” on the menu.

 

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