Beautiful and secluded setting. A bit tricky to find the turn off in the evening - watch for the signs! Atmosphere was lovely and the staff were attentive without being intrusive. The menu was reasonably priced for the quality, portion sizes were good and the food was delicious. The confit ocean trout was fresh and my favourite, while the beef rendang was as good as we've had in Asia. The chicken and bugs dish was perhaps lacking some wow factor but delicious nonetheless. The desserts were lovely - the coconut pudding was excellent and a lovely finish to the meal. The basil and apricot icecream which accompanied it was interesting and fresh. While the meal was not cheap, I felt that it was value for money given the quality of the food.
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