Based on tripadvisor reviews decided this was the restaurant to try when venturing out from my lovely hotel. Bad choice! Yes, the setting is pleasant and the young waiter was polite. I chose the seafood bisque to start with, and as a past reviewer has commented, it was most delicious. I'm sure I would have really enjoyed it if I'd had the time. Having waited nearly 40 minutes for it to be served, I had barely had a mouthful, when my main course turned up at the table, causing me to make the choice between finishing my soup and having a cold main course or leaving most of my soup, which I did. My freshly cooked fish was good eating,but the salad that came with it, some dry chopped up 'whatever' wasn't. I could not get anyone's attention to pay the bill when it was time to leave and when I finally went up to the counter desperate to pay and leave, I was informed, contrary to earlier information, that they would not accept credit card. Have other people been able to pay by credit card, or did they just get a bit snakey with me? If an establishment genuinely does not accept credit cards, you should be informed prior to dining or you might find yourself in my position, facing ten years of dish washing to pay the fairly hefty prices charged here. I did not have the required amount in rupees and luckily still had enough in assorted currencies to pay and afford a tuk-tuk home. I was eager to get home because some man wandering around the restaurant kept hassling me for my phone number, even following me outside. All together, an unpleasant evening.