Just ate here after a full day of kayaking and hiking (read: hungry.) we were not disappointed. A little confused about some reviews complaining of Mosquitos (how the hell is that the restaurant's fault?) Or that the service was slow. Or, most importantly, that the food was bad... None of the above for us.
I had the Ahi and my wife the Ono. Both prepared perfectly with the Ono coconut cream being particularly delightful. I also had a purple potato samosa that was baked, not fried. So very good.
Also, they have a BYOB policy, so we just cracked our own bottle. Free...
The atmosphere is very charming and set back from the road.
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