We ate at the Coconut Palms twice. The first was a Sunday night when the Reggae Band was playing - 2 solid hours of wonderful music followed by 1/2 hour display of Fire Dancing - all free! We ate Tapas (the Melanesian version!) and a pizza - all delicious - service was initially somewhat slow but it improved. We would highly recommend a visit on a Sunday evening from about 5pm.
The second occasion was the Tuesday for the Melanesian Feast - also excellent value for money with custom cooking, dancing and kava tasting. Our introduction to the food (entree) was cooked traditionally outside using fire-heated rocks with food wrapped in banana leaves and was superb. (We also went down and talked with the ladies while they prepared this course). The main course of the feast was buffet and prepared in the resort kitchens. While varied, tasty and we assume authentic - it lacked the full flavour of the food that was traditionally cooked. Still it was a great experience.
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