Speak to a concierge or do a little research on your own to find the establishment that best fits your needs. Most have informative websites with menus and photos. Reservations are always a good idea – no matter the size of your party, but especially if you are 6 or more. Particularly in the high season, peak dinner times can fill up quickly, so as soon as you book your trip, start thinking about dinner plans to ensure you’re able to sample the menus you want while in town.
Restaurants vary in menu focus from Western-game-inspired to seafood specialty to exotic ethnic menus. Cuisine is very advanced, and you’ll find vegetarian options available nearly everywhere. If you have dietary limitations, be sure to call in advance – but savvy, adaptable foodies can almost certainly meet your needs, with a little advanced notice.
If you are dining with your family, make sure to note this in your reservation. Most restaurants are family-friendly. However, some are more geared towards families than others, so ask for advice if kid-friendly is at the top of your list.
If you have a large party or are planning a special occasion, call around. Many restaurants have private dining spaces that you can rent, and a set menu can be established in advance to make for quick and seamless service.