Dragged my butt to Killer Shrimp in Marina del Rey for what turned out to be typical American coastal tourist trap food, with some added cajun flair.
Wish I could say it was good or even that it was worth the visit, but honestly it wasn't. Food reminded me of Duke's Malibu, but with a focus on shrimp, lobster, and crab, plus the aforementioned cajun spice. And butter. The "killer shrimp" 10 hour sauce was kind of a vinegary (?), slightly spicy sauce that had only minimal appeal to soak up with the supplied french bread, the paella and the enchilada were both indifferent, and the hanger steak, while not bad, absolutely wasted some perfectly good bone marrow in the griddle cake that accompanied it.
Seared ahi was perhaps the best dish, and the lobster mac 'n cheese wasn't too bad for something that was otherwise ordinary. Ahi tuna tacos at least had a bit of avocado to mix things up a bit, which is more than I could say for any of the desserts. Sweet potato pecan pie and apple cobbler both were entirely ordinary. The so-called s'mores-- chocolate pudding, graham cracker, and marshmellow-- were a noteworthy try at being different, but it was too hard to get much chocolate pudding scooped out, and the end product just wasn't anything like the warm, golden brown deliciousness of a proper s'more.
I do have to give credit to the owners, who embraced things fully for Yelp Gold Elites and both explained dishes and gave a nice talk. Their enthusiasm, unfortunatley, doesn't make up for the food.