Although we generally enjoyed the food; we thought it could be better. Entrees were delicious but we would like to suggest using local produce in a traditional Malagasy manner as the French cooking style doesn't always work well, e.g. salsas/salads using fresh tomatoes, pineapples, carrots instead of cooked veggies. The tuna should be served rare; ours was overdone & dry. Maybe add other pizza to your menu without tomato sauce on - but garlic, chilli, herbs, etc.
We were also worried about the lack of conservation effort. Although the locals need to fish; it would be great if you could preserve some of the reef (such as in front of the hotels) to be used as natural hatcheries. The comparison between your reef and Masoala Marine Reserve (where fishing is restricted) - is obvious.
The accommodation, gardens, communal areas, facilities and beach were all idyllic, far exceeding our expectations! Picture lazing in a hammock with a cocktail and view of the sea... We particularly enjoyed the free hire of snorkelling gear, kayaks and bicycles; it means that you can entertain yourself which makes it rather affordable, actually. Overall an incredible experience and I would go back there in a flash!