Amazing dining experience at Coastline Art Restaurant & Bar
This would be a good restaurant anywhere, but for Sanya it is exceptional. The prices are much more reasonable than any of the resorts and the selection and quality of the food was beyond expectation.
We had French onion soup, Vietnamese spring rolls, seafood spaghetti and lamb chops, and we wouldn’t hesitate to order any of those dishes again. The lamb was very good although the sauce (served on the side) might be a bit too spicy for some, but was perfect for me. My girlfriend’s pasta had a buttery cream sauce. The French onion soup didn’t have much bread or cheese on it but the broth was rich and delicious. The spring rolls, which we ordered because they were out of the baked mushroom appetizer, were fresh and crispy. My only complaint is that the first dish out was the lamb, followed by the spaghetti, followed by the soup and then finally the spring rolls. Somehow my lamb never made it onto the bill and when I pointed it out to the manager; he insisted the bill was correct, so it ended up being ridiculously cheap for us to eat there, especially since neither of us drink.
There is a busy road between the restaurants and the beach, but some trees had been cleared so there is a bit of a view. Also, calling it French is a bit misleading… The menu is much more international.
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