The outside is ordainary, but the food is anything but. Local dishes are available and beautifully prepared. The Kokoda was very tasty. Portions are generous or huge, so easy on the starters and smoothies served on a glass that could double as a modest fish bowl.
The soup, made with fish broth combined with chicken or fish, comes at three levels of spiciness. Believe it that spicy is spicy and delicious.
I had no room for dessert, but it was available. Prices are modest.
Do eat here.
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