Arrived to find a very modern type building with large dining areas outside with fantastic huge trees in the courtyard. To top it off, the view from the restaurant was directly out into the Indian Ocean, so far so good. I turned up on the eve of Independence day without a booking, looking for a table for one, on a busy night. I was told by a manager (very politely and professionally) that there would be a 10 minute wait, which was perfectly reasonable under the circumstances, I had been worried about being turned away! I volunteered to sit at an outside table and have a drink whilst I waited. It was a pleasant night but only with a jacket on, hence the request for an inside table. I opted to stay outside and the waiter was there quickly to take my drink order. He was happy to serve me outside and I asked that he inform the manager who was preparing a table. The manager did come out within the 10 mins to let me know that the table was still available should I want it. I went for the Garlic Prawns, 300g Fillet Steak and the Cashew Nut tart with Amarula Ice Cream. I requested the steak medium to well done and it was perfect. All in all the food was as good as it gets, with service to match. If there was a point rather than a criticism, it was the "chips". In the UK we call what was presented as "crisps". That said, after 3 courses, I was just getting past the point of comfortably "full". Had it been a heavier potato dish I may well have gone past that point and felt bloated, so well done again. The prices were only a little up on many of the other restaurants but the quality of food, surroundings and service was much higher. A thoroughly enjoyable experience and an excellent meal too.