OK, this place is some serious awesomeness. Nondescript (meaning, not even a sign outside!) little street-side bungalow in the Mamora Bay area, at the intersection of the road to St James Club. With shuttered windows during the day, it becomes a romantic, cozy delight at dinnertime! The food is exquisite, and the place is simply lovely. We began our culinary experience 24 hours later than we tried to, after making the mistake of trying to walk in and get a seat without a reservation. (NOPE. Don’t do it. They mean it when they tell you to make a reservation.) But it was worth the wait!
We began with a got-to-order-it-to-see-what-it’s-all about appetizer of asparagus with a light-as-a-feather gorgonzola sauce, topped with a delicate poached egg — sensational! Also tried a salad with creamy goat cheese, cranberries and walnuts — another winner! HUGE portion.
For dinner we chose a pork medallion entrée, with a peach/Tia Maria sauce (kind of tasted like maple) and a Duck breast with black currant sauce. Pork was a tad sweet—but of no fault to the chef. Duck was out of this world.
We rounded out the meal with icy cold French Minuty wine and a shared piece of coconut cheesecake. Fantastic! This place is actually quite magical, even being off the beaten path. Absolutely worth finding it—most especially if you are anywhere near the Mamora Bay area.
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