You won't get much closer to dining on the water without being on a boat. Tables here are set on a broad porch suspended over the beachfront and spaced generously to allow for pleasant and private conversation; all the bustle of St. Lawrence Gap is left at the door. Once inside, the setting becomes sophisticated, tranquil, and definitely picturesque; the mood, quiet and intimate. And then there's the food. Chef Keisha Hamblin's elegant cuisine ranges from homemade fettuccini, sweet potato gnocchi, and risotto with truffle oil and Parmesan to spiny lobster thermidor, fire-roasted filet mignon, and char siu–marinated duck breast. For dessert, don't miss the warm sticky toffee pudding with honeycomb ice cream.