We came here towards the end of the season for lunch on a Saturday in mid-May, and it was less than 1/3 full even at it's peak. Yet the waiter's seemed a bit disappointed to have us order `only' a snapper fillet (with butter-garlic sauce, Rs 320 - not cheap by Indian standards) for me, a plate of fries for my 4 year old, and a pancake and banana lassi for my vegetarian wife. We were told `Is that all? What about the main course?' Clearly the well-heeled waiters were expecting us to eat more seafood (the fish was not enough) and even ordering a virgin colada and a bloody mary did not raise their spirits. They seemed much more keen on keeping the party of 20 people eating crab and lobsters happy. Having said this, the setting is divine - the beach in front one of the best in the world! I will definitely come back, with the intention to eat a lot of seafood, but would be hesitant to recommend this place to people who wish to have a light lunch!
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