We dined in the upstairs area of the beach hut, which gives you a great perspective of the ocean. As expected, the menu has a strong emphasis on seafood. The king prawns were very good. Overall, the food was good and plentiful. The service could have been more attentive as it was necessary to make repeated requests for certain items. It's kind of strange to have to cross multiple sets of railroad tracks in the dark, plus experience the roar of passing trains in order to have a good meal. The seabreeze was certainly refreshing.
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