We went here when there was an ongoing rotational power outage. Despite the stories on Siquijor at night, we braved the dark pathways to go to the restaurant, only to find out it is full. We reserved seats and went back the next day, still with the power outage.
We were not disappointed at all. The food is really value for money. From the soup to the seafood that we ate, it was perfect! It was done, as if you're eating in an elegant French restaurant back at manila, minus the exaggerated price. The owner was really kind and all, and he was the one cooking the food. Their dishes have funny and creative names, especially the main dishes. Their mango panna cotta left me speechless as we ate our desert. While waiting for our food, I did get to practice a little of my French too, as most of the people staying here are French, as well as the books I read that I found on the shelf. Too bad that night we didn't get to see the view, so we decided to eat again the next day before our ferry back to Dumaguete!
We ate lunch there the next day, and still it was perfect! This time there was no power outage, and we can see the spectacular view of their garden by the sea. We were able to relax and savor our last lunch in Siquijor.
I have to agree that this is definitely the best restaurant in town!