Let me begin witht he food. This was an incredibly interesting restaurant with offerings from a variety of countries and cultures. My husband had the French chicken and potato dish which he really enjoyed (although he had hoped for more potatoes...a "bed" of potatoes is more of a scoop). I had a dish from South Africa that was delicious. Ground beef, tomato, banana, and apple on coconut rice. For dessert we had a lavender-tinted creme brulee. The food was great, but the only problem was the speed of service. We were there on a Thursday night, off season, and so perhaps the owners did not anticipate a large crowd. However, the restaurant was full (six tables...about twenty three people) and only two people were working: one waitress and one cook. They did the best they could, but it was frustrating to wait.
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