We stopped here with friends on a drive into the middle of the island and struck lucky. The restaurant is a little away from the centre, a short walk from and below the church square. We elected to try the mixed tapas which was nine platters for 27 euros. The food was varied and delicious and the service was frendly and efficient. This was the more traditional, unflashy type of tapas which we liked. A very airy and peaceful place to eat.
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