Appearances are deceiving –
Technique and concentration are important, (although that doesn’t seem to last much past the third drink!) so, with the Caprese salad for example, dunk the bread in the olive oil and balsamic, add one pesto, then the tomato and mozzarella, then top it with another pesto. Bite carefully, lift your eyes skyward, rolling them slightly, and as you savour the different tastes, make your own original observations (as they do at wine tastings) along the lines of “I can taste hints of summery lemongrass” etc.
N.B. The quality and eruditeness of your statements reflects on our establishment, putting 2 or more pesto’s next to each other is simply a stew, so please concentrate!
Schmoozing the chefs is also a good idea, (especially as they carry big knifes) since they know all the combos, tricks and techniques.
Although this is NOT an “eat as much as you can” experience, you may eat more than you should –
If the chefs say “No takeaways” what they mean is it’s better to stand at the buffet picking, tasting and socializing, than to take plates of food away. They also enjoy the company!
There is generally always food available, but if you missed out on something, ask the chefs and they are sure to oblige. So relax, snack and socialize. Chill at our Rasta Bar or explore the beach and dunes. The scenery is awesome!