The pick of the dishes are the combination platters. The appetisers are a tad on the expensive side, even compared to other fine dining restaurants in Sri Lanka. The lobster bisque is well worth it. The breads are warm, and are served with a nice selection of butters. The flambe service is very impressive with a suitably wood trolley cart modified. Meats and ingredients are brought in front of your table with a bit of flair, complete with a flame shooting into the air when they pour the brandy or red wine. The Grand marnier laced crepes are also very good, and with a starter or soup, main and dessert this is right up there with Chesa Swiss in delivering that gastronomic night out.
Sometimes the taste can be a little bland, in which case you have to unfortunately reach for the salt and pepper shakers. The wine list is impressive but has risen in price steadily over the past 3 years, possibly due to heavy taxation by the government.
The tables at the far end are the best, as get privacy more than the centre. The sofa chairs on the sides are comfortable and soft. Some people even come here in T-shirt, so it does not have the formality one would expect.
Recommended, with only the caveat above.
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