We decided to eat here the last night of our week long stay on St John. After a week of enjoying the many casual dining options on the island, we made the right choice here for a night of fine dining. Yes, the menu is bit on the pricy side, but you wont be dissapointed. The french parodox appetizer included a fresh pate with a sampling of brie and goat cheese that paired nicely with the Malbec. The arugula roasted beet salad with crumbled blue cheeses was my favorite. My husband ordered the tuna yellowfin tuna nicoise, an awesome choice.
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