Came here with my husband wanting to splurge a bit on a nice seafood dinner. Problem with doing that in a tourist town is you never know if your money is being spent on actual well-prepared, quality food or just a sham. I would say this place is the latter. The fact that there were only gringos in the place should have been a bad sign.
I ordered the shrimp skewers, said to come with a mix of basmati & wild rice but it arrived on a piddly pile of basmati, maybe a 1/4 cup max of rice. I had 4 small pieces of shrimp and 4 tiny pieces of scallops. I am not a huge eater at just 5ft 100lbs, but I was really hungry after this meal. My husband got the crab lasagna which was so hard and dry on top it could not be cut - not being dramatic, simply honest. We were told bread would accompany the meal but it never came. The service was really spotty and our server was constantly confused - about what I do not know since we never asked for anything other than our order. She is probably why the bread never arrived (which we were looking forward to filling up on) although it was the chef himself to promised it to us.
I would like to add that we are not high standards people or food connaiseurs - we have been backpacking for 3 months and this was supposed to be a nice splurgey meal for us. Just know that this place is simply overpriced for mediocre prepared food and the portions are miniscule. It is not true gourmet, just high prices for blah meals that will leave you wanting more. No worse feeling than leaving a restaurant hungry and having spent more than you liked!