When this restaurant opened some years ago it was considered ultra-cool but, of course, over the years the well-travelled clientele have become used to this type of innovative interior designer restaurants worldwide. The dark interior with white walls and striking artwork leaves an impression.
There is a sushi bar and a large open eating area (not very intimate). In high-season there is a resident DJ, and CDs are on sale. The outdoor area is divided into glass cubicles with gas fires – each cubicle seating around 10-12 people.
The menu is static so if you have a favourite you’re almost guaranteed to find it is still here. The food is consistently good but Tahini is considered pricey for what you get – even in the glitzy Puerto Portals.