Thia is clearly a very popular restaurant among both the locals and the tourists and deservedly so. The fixed menu prices are very reasonable for what you get. The "sautéed" lamb, which was actually lamb shank minus the bone, was superb. They somehow manage to serve, for the same menu, an incredible looking/tasting grand marnier souffle, which only the most skilled kitchens can produce. The only negative is that we were in-and-out within 70 minutes - clearly they were trying get another seating after us! We felt rushed as our wine glasses were quickly filled, dished followed one another in quick succession.
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