This restaurant is deservedly popular - it serves delicious food in welcoming terrrace surroundings (caveat: the owner says it will be moving, as the area floods often during heavy rains). The restaurant is named for the owner's wife, who sadly passed away too young. The love and affection shows - the food is varied and tasty, and the service - from both those being trained, and the more experienced staff - is spot on. I will echo what other reviewers have said: wish I had gone more than once!
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