It can be a good sign, when tables are hard to reserve. This isn't a fancy restaurant; you find its non descriptiive entrance across the beach promenade of the resort, along with a number of competing places. Crowded and noisy, the fish is always fresh, carefully prepared and the portions are large. The spaghetti with clams received very positive comments, as did the fried inkfish rings and the grilled scampi. The grilled sword fish was fair and the bill very honest.
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