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August 6, 2005
A number of guests had insect repellant at their table, and we wish we had it with us. The mosquitoes were out. Todd was bitten here. I was not.
We ordered four courses here. I felt so great the whole dinner. It was so romantic and festive, and we needed the relaxation.
For appetizer, I had the crab cake. It was pretty good and was lighter in taste than what we get here in Houston. Todd had the melon with shrimp. He had a nice plate of fruit with two shrimp.
We both had the shrimp bisque. We both enjoyed it. Todd thought it was a little tomatoey, but I did not. We could taste the shrimp, and it was in a similar consistency to the good Sandals soups we are used to (like pumpkin, etc.).
The entrée choices included tuna Wellington, some grilled fish, and a number of seafood medleys. I had the Caribbean seafood medley. Todd ordered the seafood in puff pastry. They said they were out of puff pastry, though people did get the tuna Wellington. They served him the contents! We had scallops, shrimp, etc. The dishes were similar, but the sauces were different. I liked mine better.
Before that, I had a green salad, and Todd had fried fish fingers. They first brought me no dressing. Eventually, I was able to get vinaigrette.
The band began playing '70s tunes at 8pm, and we enjoyed hearing songs that we like.
We went to the Oriental night at Bayside. Todd didn’t really want to go there when he saw some of the items laid out ready to be served. I should have listened to him. This was not our best meal.
The Chinese menu looked better than it was. We shared scallops, shrimp and spring roll appetizers. The scallops were not as cooked as we would have liked. The spring roll was more like a burrito. For salad, I had cucumber and tomato. That is exactly what it was, no lettuce or anything. Todd had chicken wings. They were served cold. Soup was called chicken and egg. It was good but tasted Jamaican, not Chinese. For entree, Todd ordered the tenderloin medium. It was cooked past that. It was served with mashed potatoes and stir-fried veggies. I had vegetarian noodles. It was boring, so I didn't eat much.
Jazz was on about 8pm, warming up for Elvis.
From journal Sandals Negril, May, 2005
February 26, 2004
Lunch & Dinner are also served in this restaurant and the selections are just as plentiful then as well.
During dinner they place tables out of the patio for dinning by the ocean. It's really a nice touch. They also have some skits/shows during dinner.
When you're on the run and having fun, this is your best bet for good food and quick dinning.
From journal Long Relxing Weekend in Jamaica