The husband and wife team create a beautiful warm atmosphere, professional, yet chatty. The food is fresh, no cans or frozen items, yet it looks and tastes excellent.
Since this isn't a typical restaurant with a menu choice it's important to clarify exactly what kind of foods one may be allergic to, or perhaps, specify what foods you do like. We got little shrimps on the plate, each with a unique homemade sauce that just looked so tempting, but crustaceans and me don't work together - and I have only myself to blame. The papaya-ginger soup was absolutely terrific, as was the fresh snapper caught earlier in the day.
Call them ahead of time, be specific with what you like, and come ready for an amazing evening. They do breakfasts too, which is something I'd really like to do if I ever get to that part of the world again.
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