This restaurant is decorated with a treasure trove of artwork, statues and carvings collected by the owners on their annual sojourns through Asia. They not only collect artwork on their trips but also recipes to excite the palates of their patrons and entice them to return time and time again. Chef Raoul creates memorable dishes using both Asian and French cooking techniques and ingredients. Start with the scallop carpaccio or house-made terrine of foie gras to whet your appetite. Besides the several fish dishes such as the pan-grilled wahoo and mahi mahi, there is a Perigord duck breast and Angus beef. Reservations are extremely important for lunch or dinner due to the short operating hours. Lunch is served from noon to 1:30 pm and dinner is from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. While the restaurant is on a remote side of the island it is well worth the drive to experience. Closed on Tuesday during the low season.
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