The wholly outdoor restaurant is more of a view that will feed you or allow you to have a drink. We were there at lunchtime so did not get to see the famous sunset, but we did enjoy a sheltered bay and inviting water scenes. The food was less than average and the drinks standard. The tables are plastic and set haphazardly in the grass. Go for the view, you won't be disappointed. Fine dining it is not.
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