Don't go to this place during the day when the cruise ships drop their hoards off on this strip of beach bars. We do recommend that you make a reservation and arrive 10-15 minutes before sunset. We have a lovely bottle of Champagne while we sat in a huge swivel wicker chair built for two and watched the sunset over this magnifcently landscaped restaurant. Once the sun sets, and the backlit lights illuminate the little harbor, the evening breeze with the nicely lit palm trees and this gloriously beautiful open restaurant, you will feel you are in heaven. Our meal matched the decor and setting. We started with a chef's offering of a seafood stock which was light and delicous with 1-2 chunks of fishmeat in it. My wife had a spicy tuna roll which she thought was a large serving and also one of the best sushi rolls she has ever tasted. The soy that accompanied her meal was particularly good. I had a fresh green salad which was also a nice serving and lightly-dressed with a vinaigrette and accompanied with walnuts and vegetables. My wife had a very nicely prepared grilled grouper that was paired with one of the largest servings of mixed vegetables that we had on the island. I had the rack of lamb which was 3 nice plump ribs, one of them a little over medium rare, but the others cooked to perfection. The lamb was a little tougher than what we are used to in the States and had a deeper game taste which lead me to believe it was grazed and not farm raised. The restaurant has a nice wine list, again with a good array of varieties and price points. We enjoyed a nice white Cote du Rhone at $40.
This is definitely a restaurant that we would visit again and we rate it slightly higher than Marshalls, for both the food and definitely the view and auora.
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