Haka Honu has a terrace, but when we were there it was crowded, not just in the sense of having a lot of people present but in the sense of having tables just that bit too close together. It has a sea view, but it would have a better one if it weren't for the building across the road. At dusk the setting sun shines right into your face unless you ask the waiter to stand strategically when taking your order.
Menu mostly seafood; not bad, but we ate better elsewhere on the island.
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