We had a great evening, not so much because of the food but more for the situation, without doubt it was one of the highlights of our visit to Samui. We went there specifically so as to have dinner on the beach sitting on beanbags at low tables. We often enjoy dining on the beach at 'normal' tables but sitting on beanbags on the sand brings the whole evening to a completely higher dimension. Nice number of lights around as well so enough light to eat by but not too many to destroy the mood. Doubt it would be so much fun in the daytime under a hot sun, or in the evening with a large group or family, though no doubt it would be some fun, but dining under the stars as a couple on the beach was a wonderful experience. And after the meal one could just stretch out completely on the bean bag and sand and watch the stars - even if it is somewhat cloudy as it was when we went! Then afterwards, a nice walk on the beach to the hotel that we were staying at.
There is another restaurant down the beach which also does dining on the sand on beanbags but their stretch of beach is quite short so the tables are crammed too close together. The Sea Wrap had just enough space to allow some degree of privacy.
Not worth going to the Sea Wrap for the food though as although it was quite nice and well presented, the actual taste was only average. Also the menu was extremely short with really very little choice. We had spaghetti carbonara, good portions and tasty but bacon/pancetta etc flavour was too mild. The pork fillet mignon with a mushroom sauce looked very nice but although very pleasant, there was only a thimbleful of the mushroom sauce. As it was a thick cut of pork, slightly overcooked, it meant there was virtually no sauce for the pork and it was too dry to do without a sauce. The creamy potatoes were excellent but the vegetable parcel was too undercooked for my liking. My wife had the fresh seafood 'special' which involved going up into the main restaurant to choose which fresh seafood one wanted and to choose one's salad, which was then brought to one's table, together with some chilli sauces and fried rice. Even less choice for dessert so we just had a cafe latte plus a scoop of chocolate ice cream and a scoop of strawberry ice cream - neither very good though OK.
We found the service to be very friendly and whilst not the fastest, we are in Thailand after all, which is well known for polite service but not quick service! Prices were somewhat on the high side but not OTT. Would definitely recommend for a romantic evening, especially if you can get a 'front row' table on the sand, as we did.
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