Open for lunch and dinner, this clubhouse restaurant is popular with golfers after a game, as well as those who enjoy al fresco dining in a scenic location. Flame’s focus is on high-quality cuts of meat and fresh seafood. Produce and herbs used to complement meals are picked straight from their onsite garden.
Start off with some beef carpaccio served with olives and eggless truffle mayonnaise before moving on to a steaming bowl of caramelized onion soup also featuring Messinian “Neda” ale and rarebit with local talagani cheese.
It can be difficult to choose just one main course from this tantalizing menu, however, some highlights include a grass-fed ribeye, a succulent and spicy rack of lamb, and wild Pacific salmon with pistachio nut hollandaise. As you dine, enjoy views of the surrounding mountains, lush greenery, and the Dunes Course golf course.