Experience the stately refinement of a classic seaside home that dates back to the Second World War. The restaurant is open for both dinner and lunch, and the venue includes an art gallery and spaces for private events.
The interior of this restaurant is striking, to say the least. The light fixtures and furniture are a smooth art-deco style, juxtaposed against an A-frame roof which integrates two rough and natural tree trunks into the design. Combine that with a Caribbean ocean view, and you have scenic outdoor dining taken to a whole new level.
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