Absolutely first class lunch with excellent service and view over Castries. Well worth the drive up the hairpin bends to get there. Not easy to find so take a taxi.
Really nice local fruit juices to start you off.
Very good soups/starters and also a good selection of main courses. The coconut curry shrimps and the red snapper were excellent. And a selection of very local veggies to die for. Puddings brilliant. 3 courses for lunch! not the norm but here it just has to be done.
An old colonial type setting done really well and really is a must visit venue because it is so different from the norm. Great selection of Michelle Elliott pottery and some paintings to muse over and buy. Great for local souvenirs and presents
Opens for dinner on Friday's only, which is a pity as we didn't manage to fit dinner in but will get our diary sorted out on our next visit.
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