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HB's on the Gulf Restaurant Review: The view is reason enough to visit this restaurant. You can smell the Gulf of Mexico, as well as see it, as you dine. The dishes are somewhat Florida-traditional, and food is served promptly and with a great see-worthy landscape. Starters include tomato bisque, Szechuan vegetables and grouper tempura. Salad choices are somewhat worldly; for lunch try the Jamaican pineapple boat: curried chicken salad with pineapple, grapes, cashews and toasted coconut served with cream cheese and banana-nut finger sandwiches. Dinner entrées include chicken and tagliatelle, or try the tuna and swordfish over angel hair pasta. The Filet Mediterranean features a six-ounce beef tenderloin steak served over a Mediterranean vegetable fricassée.