The Tides Review
The look of this seaside eatery suggests a yacht: decks on either side, steering wheels, oars hung as artwork, and petrified-driftwood mobiles, as well as antique Asian doors and lovely local ceramics for color. Although the kitchen isn't quite shipshape, it isn't shipwrecked, making visits to several gastronomic ports of call from the Mediterranean to the Pacific Rim. Start with beetroot-goat cheese tart drizzled with honey in puff pastry, or the almost-by-the-book bouillabaisse, then segue to the mixed vegetable crepe in lemongrass-infused red curry or mahi mahi with black olive tapenade. More affordable, lunch emphasizes sushi, grilled items and foccacia; opt for the poolside seating. Management also runs several affordable beachfront cottages next door.
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