This is a very nice place at sunset that seems to be unable to cope with it's popularity. It is to small for the masses aggregating here in the late afternoon. These masses seem to largely consist of the young and beautiful, narcissistic/ hedonistic crowds from Australia. Its well worth coming here for sunset drinks but make sure you leave by 16:30 the latest if you are closeby because the traffic is horrendous and it will take an hour to cover 20 kms. Drinks are good. The staff are nice, the place is overcrowded but the sunset is spectacular.
We did have dinner there too: prices are quite cheap but reflected in the size of the serve. The panfried Barramundi fillet was half a fillet at the most for 110k rps and my Ligurian seafood stew contained one prawn, four miniscule clams and one tiny piece of fish for 135 k rps. Taste was alright but if you are after decent dinner you are best advised to book elsewhere.