We visited Pic Nic several times during the nineties. It was often crowded with UN staff, NGOs and politicians. Reservation was necessary. This time we were the only guest on a Sunday evening. Somewhat scaring. However the food and service is still outstanding! We had tiger prawns and caramel puddin. Plenty of Portuguese and South Africa wines to choose from. The restaurant offers a rewarding break from the busy beach restaurants with loud music. Recommended.
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