Lonely Planet review
Just 200m past the Blue Moon on your left is this rambling,
eccentric home – a castle of sorts, under continuous construction (and
unlikely ever to be fully finished). The owners grow much of their own
food on the property, and serve this superfresh produce in their
restaurant, one of the very best in the country. Expect dishes like
coconut sea bass, exquisite salads and cold lemon soufflé. Their
schedule can be erratic, though – book at least two days in advance.
They can cater for groups from six to 100.