We walked past this restaurant a couple of times but it wasn't open. Mid season and it is closed on Sundays and Mondays. However this meant we were intrigued and popped in for lunch. There are only two tables outside on the street but inside its fairly cavernous. We were alone when we first came in and the waiter did his best to be friendly. it slowly filled up and he was beginning to get a bit stretched but there is a professionalism about this place. We ordered fish and when it came we were surprised at the quality of the dishes. They were not exactly cheap but they were superb. Quite delicious. What a pity it had been closed the two previous days as we would have become regulars.
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