White table clothes, well-situated indirect lighting, the ocean breeze, dance music at just the right volume to hear but not overwhelm conversation, and the gorgeous red and dark wood decor combined with the gracious staff and gorgeous, delicious food makes this place well worth the visit. My husband LOVED the Mongolian barbecue (had it both times we ate there). I loved the Planter's Punch, which may be why I can't remember exactly what I ate either time we visited!). Kind of pricey, but not to be missed.
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