Great food, albeit at sky high prices. But there's an oddity happening here. The Eden rock keeps shoe-horning more and more profit centers onto its limited footprint. This fairly large restaurant was shoe-horned onto their beach, using up much of what was already a small beach. Now, there's only one layer of chaise lounges between the restaurant and the water... And the umbrellas of those chaises largely block the view of the water from the restaurant.
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