A stunning view of the sea from high up on the side of the mountain means that the name of the restaurant is well deserved. The food was limited in selection but very well presented and tasty. The waitress explained (in Korean) all about each part of the meal as it was served indicating what was local sourced and prepared. My two Korean colleagues enjoyed the experience as something very different for them. Construction was going on next door, but our visit was on a Sunday lunchtime so no noise or disturbances from this. Worth a visit for any Westerner who wants to take a break from typical Korean restaurants.
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