This restaurant is directly opposite from the Centara Hotel, Chaweng. The main seating is in the open air but does not have any view, except onto the road. We started with two cocktails, a margarita and a caipirinha. The second of these was excellent, made with Brazilian cachaca. The margarita was made with some Thai equivalent of tequila and did not taste quite right.
My wife had an OK tiger prawn dish. I had a very large red snapper, steamed with ginger, which I thought was rather good. Certainly cooked just the right amount and quite fresh. For the price of 280 baht, it was excellent value compared with other local restaurants. (Poppies, admittedly upclass compared with this place, charges 630 baht for a whole fish.)
Basically, the food was fine but the location was nothing special.
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