Just had the most amazing western food dining experience. Chef trained in France serving exquisite food coupled by wonderful wines. The main man served my first course of langoustine which was followed by lobster bisque, beef, cheese and tiramisu. The accompanying wines were perfect. This is fine quinine so portions are adequate but not big, if you just want food fuel, McDonald’s is 150 metres down the road. This is quality. I complimented the sommelier on his wines and was rewarded a free glass of the New Zealand Sauvignon blanc. One of the best I have rated. The other wines were a Louis rodeour champagne, Rioja reserve and a 10 year old taylor port.
A fantastic dining experience and well worth the money if you appreciate fine gastonomique food. Expect to pay about 50 percent lass than an equivalent dining experience in London or Paris. Highly recommended.
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