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Housed in pretty French colonial buildings against a sea wall...
Famous for 30 years for its flying fox and wild pigeon, it offers much more than that, with great atmosphere, large comfortable armchairs, and irresistible feathery omelettes stuffed with lobster.
Relaxed courtyard dining, fabulous food, great menu, and such friends for waiters. Try the garlic and brown sugar on poulet with kumula (sweet potato) mash and veg.
Its nondescript exterior belies a quaint candlelit interior. The food is French and very rich.
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