It's one of those things you have to say you did at least once in your life. We watched the sun set as we ate and it was wonderful. The food, the atmosphere and the service were great. People strolling the beach walked by but we were feet from the water and we both ate a great piece of fish. I thought it was a little expensive considering most of the fish was caught locally but hey, you're on vacation - if you can't splurge a little think about staying home. This restaurant was in our hotel so I'm assuming we had preference when booking but I'm told it should be done in advance.
Tip - Make sure you leave your camera outside (balcony etc.) 1-2 hours before you eat here. We missed taking pictures of the sunset because our camera was fogged up (too cold in the hotel room vs. too warm outside). It took about 30 minutes for the lens to come back and by that time all we had left were tiki torches for lighting.
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