This popular local spot mixes culinary influences from far and wide. You can start things off with a Caribbean-inspired seafood soup with coconut milk and thyme, or fried calamari with a spicy Asian mayonnaise. For a main course, try the yellowfin tuna with a Panko-and-wasabi crust served over organic soba noodles. There are also daily specials and a great range of cocktails and fresh fruit drinks. Save room for their basil and orange blossom crème brûlée or the Belgian chocolate and brandy mousse. The large main dining room features a high peaked ceiling with exposed wooden beams and a massive ironwork chandelier, but the breezy seating on the open-air garden-facing patio is also nice. Weekend nights during the high season often feature live music, a DJ, or a belly dancer or fire performance troupe.