On line Geoffrey's appears to be spacious patio perched on a idyllic overhanging cliff. In reality Geoffrey's pronounced 'Joffrey's" is in the middle of a row of houses which the GPS ignored as we sailed a mile past our venue. The steep drive sweeps down from the road (if you don't want to pay $8 valet - just park on the road) to a narrow entrance. The world is then transformed to a cosy venue with a great ambience that could be in San Tropez! The patio sweeps round arc like with great sea views - we were seated in a nice booth sheltered somewhat from the sea breeze. The clientele are a mixed bunch of tourists, locals and ladies that lunch but no-one looked out of place or seemed uncomfortable - it was very relaxing. There is a comprehensive lunch menu and we ordered herb crusted salmon, red potatoes and broccollini and the seafood paella. Food was of a high standard, salmon was cooked perfectly, paella had a lot of broth but scallops, mussels and shrimp were first class as was saffron rice. If you want a taste of Malibu life then you should have this on your shopping list.