Coming Your Way in 3rd Quarter of 2012

Epicurus, the Greek Philosopher advocated living in such a way as to derive the greatest amount of pleasure possible during one's lifetime, yet doing so moderately in order to avoid the suffering incurred by overindulgence in such pleasure.

As such, the emphasis here is on pleasures of the mind as well as the senses. To Epicurus, with whom a person dines is just as important as what is being eaten. And the senses warrant us other means of perception: seeing, hearing, tasting and smelling.

Epicurean Cuisine, with its unique concept of 'difference' provides a complimentary mix of relaxation and dining. The diner, once engaged with the atmosphere of the tropics will feel that one is transposed into another dimension: Botanical, Tropical colonial and postcolonial. It is indeed 'a meal for real'.