We ate at Blu Bungalow twice during our stay in March, both times downstairs in the very atmospheric bar, so cannot comment on the terrace upstairs. We found the food to be very tasty and very well presented and the decor is cool. With its tapas based menu, it is more casual than the hotel restaurants on the beach and those at the harbour, so if you are on the island for more than a few days, it is a nice change. From the tapas menu, both the jerk prawns and the lobster dip were superb. They also have a few entrees, with the satay chicken noodles and the fish burger both delicious. When you see the size of the kitchen, the quality of the food is even more astounding.
The Blu Bungalow is also a good spot for an evening drink (or three!)
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