In February 2013 came there twice from another hotel. The first night had lobster termidore and it is very much recommended. The second time it was a buffet night with tables on the beach and meat it was very good - lamb shoulder, tenderloin and duck were all great as well as desserts. The waiter spoke fair English and was very helpful and nice. The restaurant has atmosphere and class that make it different from the crowd of beachside and streetside places. Live music is good. Wine is OK (based on experience of US Chardonnay and Thai Shiraz). It has a potential to play in the top league. An obvious shortcoming is that it is off the beaten track so unless you stay at Bandara (or Zazen) you would not typically pass it by and it is not as famous as two surrounding landmarks - Zazen and H Bistro.
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