The dining room is a harmonious blend of terra-cotta tile floors and rattan furnishings around a limestone half-moon bar. There's also a brick terrace for alfresco dining. Chef-owners Miriam and Martin are especially proud of their Dutch kibbeling (fish in a beer batter served with chili sauce). Those in the know order the Antillean fish soup, a delightful blend of fresh seafood and finely diced carrots and cucumber. The display of local art on the walls changes
constantly. It's quite far from downtown, but the view of the lagoon and intimate ambience mean it is definitely worth the drive.