The restaurant is in a French Colonial-era building which has been very tastefully restored, and it is an elegant dining environment. There is also a swish bar (with a more interesting lunchtime menu than the main restaurant, and snappier service).
The seafood dishes in particular were very ood, though rather expensive. On the whole, however, the quality of the food was rather variable. The 'fusion' dishes were rather hit-and miss. The waiters were crisply professional even in adversity, and they replaced our cold dishes and watery coffee with an apologetic smile every time.
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