Before being shown to our table we had cocktails(which were wonderful) in a room, the walls of which were adorned with an eclectic collection of Bajan inspired art. Our party of 7 were shown to the restaurant, which, with the exception of The Cliff, was the nicest I have been to in Barbados.
To start I chose crab & prawn crab cakes which when presented on the plate and resembled a pair of.....shal I say miniature rugby balls. It was served with a delicous curried coconut sauce and pickeled cucumber. As there was no decernable taste of either crab or prawn it required the sauce to carry the dish.
Wine: Petit Chablis
For my main I ordered a fillet steak with mashed potato, crispy onion and bacon. This was a nice plate of food, which, had the steak been rare, as ordered (not medium to well) would have been excellent.
Desert was an apple tart tatin which was, well, just delicious.
I would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant.Try and get a sea front table if possible.
Our bill came about $1000BDS.
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