We knew it was hard to get a table, but assumed standard sort of museum bistro. Food blew us away. I had a lettuce and quinoa starter. Weird but excellent (translation mentioned tuna in menu - none detected). Wife had amazing squid in ink risotto. Mains even better. Lobster and hake. Brilliant. Most expensive wine €16! Deserts incredible. Especially the French toast. Nothing to do with toast. Cross between bread and butter pudding and creme brûlée. Love this place! Full of locals. Good sign.
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