This is certainly an interesting location. Clearly was a traditional family home with large garden and pool that has been converted into a sprawling gathering place for families and large groups celebrating birthdays, anniversaries and such. Indoors comprises a more traditional restaurant setting, which is not overly formal. Outside is a sprawling garden setting with some interesting artefacts on display. When I visited it was as part of a birthday party comprising about 25 people and there was at least one other such party at the time also plus several other tables with 4 to 6 diners. We were well shaded from the sun and in general the garden area was comfortable with a well-worn character. Being such a large group the menu options were limited to 3 choices for each of 3 courses. The service was very slow and we must have waited about one hour before the first course arrived. The wait staff seemed to be aware of that as they kept plying us with bread rolls as we waited for the kitchen. When the food arrived it was good but average, seafood in a shell was tasty, the pork rib was tasty and the apple dessert was...you got it....tasty. No real complaints about the food, you get what you pay for. But certainly if you go as part of a large group be prepared for a long wait and don't spoil your appetite by eating all the bread rolls.
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