The food was extremely yummy and had the most amazing flavours.
We had heard rave reviews about their famous mud crabs and were hesitant eating here as neither of us are into crabs. Instead we ordered the pork and the tuna meals and both were delicious!
The service was good and the setting was lovely.
Only the atmosphere was slightly lacking but this was solely because for the first 30 minutes we were the only patrons. This left us feeling a bit awkward being doted on and I also love people watching. As it was a public holiday I assume most people would have thought the restaurant would be closed this night as most of the other restaurants were.
Eat here even if you don't like eating crabs.
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