We went there for dinner on September 30th. We were not staying at the Six Senses resort. Because it was a Monday evening there was no signage on how to get to the restaurant. The front desk staff just said "go to the left". They didn't inform us a buggy or ride down the hill would be required to get to the restaurant. We walked quite a ways to get there. Once we got to the restaurant there was no host or greeter to meet us. We actually had to call out and get help from one of the staff to be seated. Monday is obviously a slow night as there were only a couple of other tables full during the time of our reservation.
Despite this we were excited to eat the molecular gastronomy menu we had heard so much about from this website and from The Lonely Planet guidebook. I would say that although both of our 3 course meals looked fantastic on the plate neither was as good or as memorable as it should have been for the $200+ USD price tag. We both agreed that although it was a nice place to see we would not go back. Our $30 4 course meal on the beach at a local restaurant provided us with a much better view, more flavor and a local atmosphere.
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