Visited with a group of friends in the evening. I would rate the food a 4/5, good but not good enough to stay in my memory after two months.
I remember it for the dining atmosphere, a must if you like colonial style architecture.
Not cheap but not expensive either, it's for a good cause.
You may want to ask your tuk-tuk to wait and pay the extra dollar to save you the hassle of finding your way back as the place is a little off the beaten track.
P/s: sorry no pictures this time
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