This is a nice place to go for dinner - once - and if you go during happy hour (5-7). We liked the mango pina colada. The view is lovely and the staff is very nice. Elegant plating. My husband enjoyed the guava tenderloin (best thing we had there) and my sea bass was good, I liked the grilled hearts of palm and potato that came with it.
We might have given this place four stars if that was our only meal, but we ate here for two more dinners and it went a bit downhill and the high prices started to get to us. If you go here, don't get the ribs - very dry. Also, the desserts are way overpriced, small and not so good. Panna cotta was what I'd call rubbery texture, not what I'm used to, and the brownie is by no means a brownie, sort of a bad chocolate cake perhaps.
It was a little hot for most of our meals. The last night we came though the doors were closed and the air conditioning on - that was a nice change and relief from the heat.
I wouldn't say don't go here. You can enjoy a nice meal and beautiful view, but don't have high expectations for the food.
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