We ate here several times during our trip to Amed. The food (especially the fresh fish, which changes depending on what they've caught that day) was fresh, inexpensive, and flavorful. We stayed at a nearby hotel but happily made the short walk to Cafe C'est Bon several times to enjoy the delicious food and live music. All the staff was friendly and made a point to shake our hands on our first visit, recognize us personally when we returned for dinner a second and third time, and thank us profusely for our patronage when we told them we were leaving the island. It's not haute cuisine, but it's less than half the price of Coconuts at Santai, and it was pretty darn close to as good. Don't miss the grilled fish (I had mahi and barracuda--both were phenomenal), eggplant and/or calamari tempura, fresh fruit juices (watermelon is my favorite), and fried banana dessert (tempura battered bananas, topped with sweet palm sugar syrup and heaps of fresh coconut).
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