After a couple of years since our last visit it is interesting to note the change, service was still just as good. The menu somewhat lacking in choice but I found that to be a good thing. One change that I thought was for the better was the " Summer Menu" for $30 you can get a 2 course or $50 for 3, it is humans nature to pick either the most expensive or the cheapest meal depending on your situation. This way price is irrelevant and the food takes precedence, what a restaurant should be, I hope that other restaurants take this onboard.
But then I did find that the "beginners" as it is called, was a bit light on for taste I had the air dried beef carpaccio which was a bit bland. The main did make up for it as I had the lambs neck which was a delight.
Mt Rael has changed little in the decor in the years between visits and is need of impetus but the main thing is the view and sitting on the balcony is a must for any dinner, watching the sunset and having enjoyable food and company makes it complete for a delectable evening
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