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Vegetarian with a difference

Vegetarian was on the menu (always) for the last days on Koh Samui. The setting was exquisite - the infinity pool and dining area was surrounded by home grown herbs and vegetables - all available on the elaborate menu. If this were a review I would have to admit that Amala does not have the most flavourful menu, however I give points for creativity. What you pay for is the locations,  use of pool and did I mention the cocktails - strips of fresh ginger soaked in gin and soda :)
Rada wears dress from Spring samples collections - S/S '11 collection available now on my website (click)

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