It was called Le Restaurante de Clay et Paige. The dress code was intriguing (pajamas!) and the service was superb!
My appetizer arrived in a timely manner, and was fresh and juicy as only Florida oranges can be!
Next came the tea selection...
...and then the tea (jasmine green tea) which I sipped while enjoying the view...
The ambience was delightful - peaceful and calm.
(You can't beat being served dinner in bed!)
The main course was Panko breaded Tilapia (previously frozen, shhh!) with a generous serving of Peas de LeSeur (low sodium) and Sauce Americain.
The chef/waiter was charming, if a bit under-dressed. He spoke French only and although my French is a bit rusty, he communicated with his French, some rusty English and many gallic grunts and facial expressions.
The sous-chef was also quite charming, although she seemed to have a better grasp of English and not much French!
The fruit plate was delicious and the presentation was attractive as well.
All in all, it was a delightful dining experience, with fabulous service.
Although, I must admit to being a bit shocked when the "bill" (for fishing time owed) was presented. It seems a bit pricey to me.