My wife and I went for dinner here on our second night in Chaweng as we had eaten a couple of years ago and enjoyed the food, we were not disappointed. For starters we ordered panfried Haloumi cheese served with semi dried tomatoes, red capsicum tapenade and pesto and crab cakes with an Indian curry sauce. Both dished were beautifully presented and full of flavour. For our mains we ordered Sesame crusted Tuna Saku and a Rock Lobster risotto. Again both dishes were beautifully presented and the Tuna was cooked to perfection. During the meal I was bitten by a mosquito and leaned down to scratch my ankle and almost immediately one of the serving staff approached and asked if I had been bitten and went to get some repellant, this typifies the very attentive, but not intrusive, service. All up our meal which included drinks (3 draft Singa's and a bottle of mineral water) came to 2,300 Baht which sounds a lot, but at US$80 it was very good value given the quality of the food, attentive service and modern up market surroundings.
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