An unforgettable dining experience amongst coconut palms and the sound of rolling waves beckons to diners at this al fresco eatery.
The fattoush salad, made to Middle Eastern standards, is a fresh and light choice to start off a meal followed by the kataifi pastry wrapped prawns. Both starters are a welcome difference from the conventional choice of appetisers.
For the main, the Portuguese chicken skewer is a musttry. The chicken is succulent and not over-barbequed, with three different sauces on hand giving a different take to the succulent meat.
The sea bass and red snapper are perfectly cooked with a crispy top, but with the meat underneath left delightfully succulent and flaky.
An indulgent choice for dessert is the coconut ice cream, as it is a creamy sweet ice cream with a delicate touch of local pandan flavour. The chocolate brownie is also recommended as it is soft and fluffy with a decadent chocolate topping accompanied with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.