A delightful setting on a terrace overlooking this quaint port town.
The shrimp entree we both had was very fresh (a bit too much olive oil). We went for a small lobster between us, fully aware that you pay by the 100g, it was nice but a bit over-rated, you don't get much meat when it's all extracted from the shell (and you do have to work for it!) and apart from some potatoes and lots of lettuce and tomatoe, that's it (you still might be hungry if you've hiked or ridden a bike). The Filipino waitress was very friendly and helpful and spoke lots of languages.
We also stayed in a very neat and tidy upstairs room with a small balcony.
Overall a good experience but the place is a little tired
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