With only about a dozen tables, one chef and one waiter it is best to go early and then sit back and enjoy a relaxing, slow paced meal in this intimate setting.
Opened since 2010, the exciting, unique dishes will please any eater. You will see elements of Thai, Italian and Mexican and the ingredients are very fresh and as much as possible it is locally sourced ... you can taste the fresh flavors in each and every dish.
We selected a table on the street … fun for people watching but very accessible to various street vendors. You simply say no and shake your head and don’t make eye contact and they quickly move on.
A must have is one of their signature margaritas. The cucumber margarita was flavorful, light, refreshing and you can’t drink just one! I didn’t try the mango one, but heard it was also excellent. A nice chili rimmed glass and you’re on your way to a perfect meal.
We started off with the lightly seared Mahi Mahi sashimi appetizer. BRILLANT. The Caesar salad was also very good—crisp lettuce with a unique dressing. The garlic bread, served with the meal, and the salad dressing made a great combo. I couldn't help dipping the bread in my husbands dressing!
For the main courses, one entree was the Tequila Shrimp ($190p). Pan fried shrimp in butter with garlic, red onions, and mushrooms and Israel’s special sauce. The sauce was flavorful and light. It must have been superb since she refused to share!
Frutto Di Mare ($165p) was exceptional with fresh shrimp, fish and mussels prepared with a tomato and white wine sauce and served over spaghetti. There wasn't a morsel left by the end of the meal.
The final two dishes were Pad Thai (Chicken for $130p and Shrimp for $165p). The thicker rice noodle was lovely. The noodles are stir fried and mixed with fish and tamarind sauce, peanuts and bean sprouts. I simply loved this dish! I could have used a little more heat, but the flavor was extraordinary … you could smell the aroma of the fish sauce—transporting me back to Vietnam.
Sadly, we were too full for dessert, but I’m sure anything you order here would be first-rate. You can taste the LOVE that goes into each creation.
This restaurant is on a small side street behind the main square. At the end of the street, you can see one of the entrances to Coconuts … a great place for an after dinner drink.
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