Contemporary Asian cuisine dominates the menu at this elegant open-air eatery in an old St. John house. Come early and relax over drinks while you enjoy the sunset lighting up the harbor. Start with an appetizer such as tempora fried oysters, then move on to entrées such as sesame crusted tuna with cilantro aioli or smoked pork tenderloin lamb loin. If you still have room for dessert, try the mimosa-poached pears with honey.
May 15, 2014
The price for this restaurant needs to be changed to $$$$ as it is one of the most expensive on St. John. I do not mind paying well for a great meal, but unfortunately the food was uninteresting and my potatoes were moldy! No one at the table was pleased with their dishes. It was the rudeness and unwarranted arrogance of Maitre'd Crispin, however, that was most disappointing and set the tone for the rest of the evening. Personally, I cannot understand
how he can still be on staff. That being said, the location and view are wonderful IF you get a table on the balcony, preferably along the rail. But even the amazing view does not warrant enduring such poor food and service.