The ceiling is covered with flags, on our Friday afternoon visit the stereo was pumping out seventies and eighties soul classics, somehow every song capturing the word sunshine: You are the Sunshine of My life, Aint no Sunshine etc. Music was great but quite loud, so unlike us, don't try and bring a sleepy baby. We had two pineapple juices, red snapper with salad and a jumbo prawn salad. The snapper was huge, chargrilled, well seasoned with sea salt and pepper and deliciously moist and fresh. Salads were generous with quality ingredients. The food would not have been out of place at the Four Seasons where we stayed down the road but the trouble is neither would the prices. We paid around $65-70 US with tip to a dour waitress who reminded us there was no service included. Our Pineapples juices were in tiny cups and were cheap concentrates not the fresh ones you'd expect for $10 a pop. So go if you are staying at FS and you want a taste of the local vibe and good food gu8ve it a try but don't think you are going to save a lot of money on your usual meal prices.
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