[0/5] Disgusting. First lasagne served piping hot on the outside and frozen ice on the inside. Obviously microwaved at too high power. Replacement tepid all over. Obviously microwaved on lower power but not long enough. Sent that back too.
[5/5] Closed on Mondays, the restaurant is open throughout the day for lunch and dinner with choices of shaded indoor our al fresco dining. The waiting staff are always pleasant and polite.
[5/5] Watching the faces of the diners around the restaurant, there was that ‘wow’ look of pleasure when any lobster dish was served, followed by the obligatory Instagram food shot on the phone camera.
[5/5] If you haven’t guessed already from the name, the restaurant is owned by a german husband and wife team Uwe and Marina Thon from Berlin, which specialises in locally caught fish.
Since my early days to the archipelago, I knew the Creole word ‘caneka’ was used to describe a kind of glass rather than a size of beer.