We had dinner at the Le Grand restaurant at december 30th 2011 and overall it was a bad experience. Staff was unprofessional, the chef should go to a cooking class and the cleaners should be told dead flies do not add class to a restaurant. The plates are dull as the food. Not classic or colonial, but cheap tourist class. The meaning of the word 'brulée' is not known in the kitchen. The mango and sticky rice brulée was like a cooked christmas pudding. Nothing crunchy at all.
The whole ambiance at the verandah part is that of a camping cantina.
The only thing you know it is a expensive restaurant is the bill at the end. Big money for nothing special at all.
An email to the general manager was answered by a standard thank you for your remarks and we will do better in the future. My reply: Thanks for nothing! We will remember the dinner as Le Grand Disastre.
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