We went here for (real) coffee and lassis, then dinner twice, having read about it in a guide book when searching for somewhere to eat near our accommodation on the South Cliff . You would be unlikely to stumble across it as it is so hidden and badly signposted and off the beaten track. It is German-owned and staffed by locals (many of the restaurants on the north beach appear to be Nepalese-staffed) - a very well-run operation with friendly staff and with delicious authentic local cooking. The setting is unbelievably romantic, with candlelit tables on the clifftop edge, looking out to the sea, the stars and the twinkling lights of fishing boats. The main part of the cafe is in a bamboo hut, which has an upper room with the same views but more shelter if it is too breezy or rains. Highly recommended.
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