We feature both alcoholic and non-alcoholic cocktails. To mention a few of the favourites: Lover's Bond, Old Pal, Tropical Ocean Breeze and The Rendezvous Kiss.
Restaurant and Bar FAQs
There are three bars at Rendezvous -- Sea Side Pool or Swim Up Bar (9am till sunset); Terrace Bar (12 Noon - 12 Midnight) and the Champagne Bar with our resident pianist (7pm until the last couple retires).
Yes, if informed of special dietary needs prior to your arrival, our Food and Beverage Manager in collaboration with our Executive Chef will be able to accommodate your specific needs.
You can dine in the Trysting Place as often as you wish.
Yes, reservations can be made at Reception at your earliest convenience.
Although at Rendezvous we want you to feel relaxed, we are aware that there is a balance between formal and casual. So we have a dress code to help everyone know what to wear during the day and in the evening. If however you feel that you need to don a ball gown and tiara, then feel free!
Gentlemen are required to wear a shirt and ladies are asked to wear a bathing suit cover. We ask that no wet clothing is worn in the restaurant.
Gentlemen are asked to wear long pants, with the exception of Thursday's Beach BBQ. No sleeveless shirts are allowed. Ladies, dress elegantly.
The Trysting Place - evening only
Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers, collared shirts and closed shoes. Ladies are asked to dress elegantly. No shorts, jeans, sandals, slippers or caps are allowed.
Rendezvous offers two beauties, which means we concentrate on great food rather than great volume.
The Terrace Restaurant overlooks the 2-mile stretch of Malabar Beach from every angle. Breakfast (7:30 - 10:30am), Lunch (12:30pm - 2:30pm) and Dinner (7:30pm - 9:30pm) are served there daily. The service is buffet style and the theme and the cuisine changes on a daily basis.
On the other hand, we also offer an air-conditioned fine dining restaurant, the Trysting Place. This is open six nights a week and the classic French à la Carte Menu changes every three days over a two-week cycle.