On the quiet, dark seaside street, the bright neon light draws your eyes and hungry belly up the stairs, where you are greeted by friendly hip staff. It's a cool and popular spot, so it's best to make a booking - especially on weekends and over the holidays.
The window seats are great for people watching if you're on your own or in a couple, otherwise, there are larger tables throughout the rest of the restaurant for groups.
I was on my own, so I sat at the window and ordered my first cocktail - a delicious concoction called Blush made up of Black Muscat syrup, grapefruit and SYG Shiraz Gin - and it was pure YUM!
Service was quick and my main arrived pretty soon after - the green curry with Humpty Doo barramundi, lemongrass, wild ginger and a side of rice. It was honestly one of the best green curries I have ever had. It was a large dish, designed to share so my only wish is that my belly was bigger so I could have more...
Reluctantly I let the remaining curry be cleared away to make room for dessert which was promptly served. A sago pudding with crunchy honeycomb, fresh berries and mint leaves. Each bite was a flavour party bursting in my mouth - and I somehow managed to finish every last bite!
Finally came my second cocktail - something to balance the sweetness of the dessert... A twist on the traditional Margarita called Pablo Surfs in Nias, made with Reposado Tequila, Dry Curacao, Lemon, Ginger and Caramel.