Beautiful setting for a romantic dinner. The restaurant is set in an open air stone structure (it may have formerly been a Sugar Mill but, not entirely sure). The lighting is dim and creates shadows on the wall which is very soothing. The food was delicious and the service was spot on. There were several food items to choose from between the specials and the menu. The quality of the food was comparable to what you would get in a fine dining restaurant in a major city. A bit pricey but, worth the extra expense.