We ventured out of the old town area in the evening to explore the buzzing uptown development. This district is where the young, well to do want to be seen and enjoy the nightlife. The famous name restaurant chains are around here, we chose this one as it was individual, well presented and was hosting a busy clientele. The customers. I realised, were three european couples and a party of twenty retired folk from USA. The menu prices were four times what I had become used to in old town, but there was a fixed price option. For about ten pounds it included a Jacaranda special starter, chicken supreme mains and creme brulee desert. It reminded me of an english mid range restaurant from 1970. The starter was a vegetarian prawn cocktail. The main was a chicken breast on a bed of cold rice with a spoonful of chopped vegetables sprinkled on top and a coloured dust decoration around the edge of the plate. I requested the orange desert option, which was a traditional sliced oranges sprinkled with cinnamon and icing sugar. It was all adequately cooked as required and reasonably presented. But it was probably the dullest meal I have bought in thirty years. I declined the coffee and left much of the meal.
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