This restaurant came highly recommended by the owner of our B&B, Le Pimbina. We went on a Saturday night. I had a house salad and my husband had the Lobster bisque to start. He said it was wonderful. We both had the hot stone experience for our main course with 4oz. filet mignon and 3 large shrimp with sides of veggies and sauces. I had the creme brulee for dessert and he had the tiramisu. The french pressed coffee was wonderful as well. We had never tried the hot stone baking at your table before. Great concept and was clearly popular as every table had at least 1 or 2 people doing it. Healthy way to prepare your food and you eat more slowly and feel full faster so you don't overeat. The sauces that came with it were extremely tasty and the service was fantastic. The town of Saint Jovite is very cute. Wander the shops before dinner if you have time.
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