The restaurant overlooks the water, which can be beautiful during the day, but not much visible at night. We walked in without a reservation, so did not get a table by the water. Food quality and portions were excellent. I had mahi-mahi (well-seasoned, cooked to perfect texture) while my husband had the lamb shank (very tender, flavorful). The prices are a little "higher," but the amount of food you get is proportional. There was a lot going on with each plate in terms of the accompaniments, and a lot of bold flavors intermixed. Overall, a very pleasant meal and a must-go on the French side of the island.
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