Is no longer there ! Wa good and very friendly, but came there only few times. Pitty they stopped. Now there is a new resto. Hope it will work
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Great coffee and pastries to die for. Whilst sat on the terrace waiting for your order to arrive, take advantage of the free wifi and catch up on your emails or maybe read the papers. After coffee and croissants, why not pop into the Card...More
Food was brilliant, service was even better. they couldn't do enough for us. the second time we cam, the waitress already had our drinks on the table ready for us to sit down. they made up a special table for us with candles to make...More
Tried this place as it had good reviews on TripAdvisor,it was really not good, they only had about five things available, and this was read to you off a small board by the waitress, we ccouldn't eat the food, the chicken had obviously been microwaved,...More
Lovely young italian girl waitress, really chatty, found it a bit awkward selecting our food from a chalk board rather than a menu, made you felt a little rushed, but the food was really good, would recommend this little place.
Back again on the rock we had another try at Carpe Diem's. Actually not one but three of them...Some things have changed since our first visit, nowadays it's less Tapas but mainly "real" dishes (which is a pity, cause you can't try more than one...More
It was a pleasure to eat here.1st class service throughout. The menu was fully explained and there was a good choice of dishes all cooked fresh. The food was delicious. My daughter choose lemon sorbet for dessert and it was to die for.also made fresh....More
This is a very artistic little restaurant with a tiny kitchen. However the dishes are spectacular. The resident sax player Major Beeflat really creates a laid back atmosphere.