Blown Away. That's what I am with the "Superior Auto" mode of the RX100 III. Basically it works like this: the camera recognizes the scene, figures out which process is needed, takes multiple shots (if needed) and puts them together to make one picture. You can find out more here if you like.
I have comparison shots below. All of the photos are SOOC (straight out of camera) JPGs with no post processing. What's interesting is that the camera chose totally different settings from me but with similar results. Not sure if it's because multiple shots are being put together that it's possible, but it chose a low ISO that I would never think could work given the dim lighting.
The camera takes a smidgen longer to take a photo using Superior Auto, but it's still is a whole lot faster than me trying to figure out what settings to use.
Superior Auto: 1/80, f4.0, 125 ISO
Me: 1/200, f5.6, 640 ISO
Superior Auto: 1/80, f3.2, 125 ISO
Me: 1/320, f4.5, 1250 ISO
Oh, and BTW, here's the recipe from Cafe Delites. The salmon was moist and delicious!