My husband got the curry pot pie, which was scrumptious. Amazing crust, like a flake croissant. I had a local fish, machong, which was wrapped in prosciutto and topped with an olive tapenade. It was prepared perfectly. Wish I could replicate it at home. We got a side of the coconut purple mashed potatoes, which were lukewarm--they quickly and cheerfully replaced them. We sat outside because the evening wasn't terribly hot, and we got attentive service throughout. Portions were generous and the staff was delightful. It is indeed a bit expensive, but no more than the chains such as Tommy Bahama's--and much better.
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