You can't appreciate this place until you see the gardens and realize every tree in the parking lot produces food for your plate. It is truly amazing! If you like to support local and sustainable business, you have to go. If you want to see how to do it, just look around before or after your meal.
The fish is the freshist on the island (they have their own boats, and only catch what is not endangered) and their mixed drinks are unique and varied (syrups and fruits, of course, come from righ there).
They have a tasting menu that is a great demonstration of varied dishes, and with the wine by the glass, a good value for the dollar.
Service is very good and the manager was extremely friendly and spent a half hour after our meal giving us a tour and explaination of the gardens.
There is live music at the bar, which can be loud, so be careful where you sit if you don't want to listen. There is also a seating area "outside" which is screened in.
There is no view, and this is in downtown Georgetown. You are likely to see the locals eating there after the banks close.
Worth the short drive from the Seven Mile Beach.
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