This restaurant is headed by a very good young female chef who puts a novel twist to established dishes. The menu du jour is cleverly planned and uses local products in a new way. The staff are hardworking and friendly and the whole experience is well worth a visit. The menu du jour today was tomato and mozzarella - but both finely chopped and marinaded in oil and herbs and served with toasted local bread, followed by very fresh grilled mackerel,green salad and a baked potato topped by very garlicky butter followed by poached apples and figs. All that and a coffee for 13 euros. Far better food than the traditional fare served in the restaurants in the centre of the town.
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