The owner said that it is not a restaurant but 'Table d'Hôtes', and I agree. We visited on the way back from visiting the Ambohimanga Royal Palace. We expected only a good meal, but we got much more. A beautiful garden, local music (not too close, not too loud), excellent atmosphere. Madam Sylvie welcomed us at the entrance, took our order, cooked our meal, showed us around the place telling us the history of her garden. This is the best managed place I have seen so far in Madagascar. The daily menu consisted of an entree (4 options including oysters from Diego Suarez), main course (3 options) and dessert (3 or 4). Everything was excellent, one of the best meals in town. The meal was followed by a tour around the compound. Wednesday through Sunday only, on Sunday - call to reserve. Highly recommend!!!
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