One of the specialties is lobster, although on my recent visit I had the filet mignon because I have enjoyed the lobster in the past. The filet, which I am showing in the second photo, is wrapped in bacon and smothered in mushrooms.
We talked to Katarina about the restaurant business. In addition to being a Norwagian, she has lived in the USA and was in the cosmetics industry in Paris until coming to Tamarindo 8 years ago to go into the restaurant business. Coconut is open only for dinner.
Tomorrow I will show you the very special desert, and tell you the price of the dinner.
This week on Viva la Voyage, our travel photo site, showing photos of Papeete, Tahiti.