This was our second visit to this restaurant, worth the bus trip from Caleta da Fuste just for lunch. It is out of the way, down a side street and not likely to be discovered by accident. We were originally recommended by the tourist information office. The high proportion of reviews in Spanish suggests that it is not often frequented by British tourists. Not much English is spoken by the staff, which makes choosing from the menu a little difficult. Having ordered "grilled fish" I was surprised to receive a platter of three whole fish, a vieho, a chopa and a sardo and this after I had eaten seafood crepes for starter. They were perfectly cooked and too good to waste any, so I had to forgo dessert. This is a well-appointed, well-run restaurant and well worth seeking out.
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