We dropped by unexpectedly while touring the South and managed to get good seats, though it did get filled up quite fast by 1pm.
Not the easiest place to get to, but quite easy to spot as there's nothing else around. The views were spectacular especially on a sunny day. The food itself was good but overpriced. They offer Mauritian cuisine. I had the wild boar which was great and the seafood vindaye which was decent. You're clearly paying for the setting rather than the food. The house cocktails were just average and I would just stick with beer or liquor. The clientele were mostly tourists.
It's a nice place to stop by for lunch if you're touring the south of the island, but I would not expressly go there just for the food.
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