You will not forget an evening at the Verandah. From the well-spaced, candlelit tables overlooking the bay to the menu of delicious classics (French onion soup, baked milk-fed veal, slow-cooked duck breast) and excellent, unobtrusive service, this is an unabashedly colonial experience that delivers with finesse at every turn. A live pianist sets the scene for romance, while slow-moving ceiling fans add to that hazy feeling that time is standing still. The food doesn't
disappoint, and the wine list is more reasonably priced than you might expect. Note that sleeveless shirts and shorts aren't allowed for men during dinner.