The food here is seriously good and we couldn't get enough of the delicious paratha bread. We sat in the open in front of a mosaic tiled rectangular pool. The only criticism was that although the table had two large candles one up high the other on the table it was very dark and we needed our torch to read the menu and also to see what we were eating. 2 cocktails were generous & delicious. The amuse bouche was welcomed and a great little taster but not sure what it was! For entree I had the corn cakes and hubby the mixed satay which came on a little charcoal filled brazier (how it used to be done 20 odd years ago!) The corn cakes were good but the satay a stand out. I had the duck confit which came with rice and accompaniments of peanuts, picked vegetables, bitter greens (didn't like those) and a soup. The duck was crispy skinned and meltingly tender but again needed the torch to by pass the bones
Hubby had the pork belly and ribs with rice , soup and veg. It was nice but very small portions of meat.
For dessert we shared the pancake filled with roasted coconut, it was OK a slightly dense texture to the pancake.
No it is not cheap and they do need to sort the lighting as you just can't see to eat, but we enjoyed our night and the staff were very good. friendly but professional.
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