My dad, great-aunt, brother and I ventured up the bare, hilly track that leads to this restaurant to find a place with a lovely view for our post-beach day dinner. We met a truly stunning sunset, 180 degree pan. - there's even an elevated platform above the rest of the hotel for guests of 2-4 to enjoy an exclusive dinner with 360 degrees of sea and mountains. We got what we wanted on that front! What really surprised us was the quality of the restaurant. Our waitress was truly impeccable and knew all of the sources and processes of the food on the menu that night - she had even made some of the sauces herself. All the food is organic, and locally and ethically obtained, and there's a 'meatless Mondays' for vegetarians. I had a wonderful evening, if a treat price-wise, and it caters from teenagers to great-aunts!
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