quite hard to find but worth it particularly for the ambience - waves lapping ,starry sky glimpsed through branches....
The staff were lovely and food was beautifully presented. I had a pasta dish as a change from noodles and rice which was tasty but rather oily Hence a 4 not a 5. My husband chose a curry which was superb. They didn't do desserts as such but suggested we might like coconut pancakes and sliced mango with ice cream to share. It was good and so much we coudn't finish it.
This place is definitely worth a visit.
I especially liked the cheeky little gekko who lived under our tabletop and popped his head out now and then for a quick sip of water I had spilt!
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