The ambience is just divine. Tables outside just close enough to strike conversations with your neighbors who all seemed to want to share their experiences (and a taste of the food on their table). World travelers regailing us with stories of their travels mixed with local families eager to give advice on what to order and where to go. The food - authentic and sublime. Prawns, fish, pasta all out of this world. When a plate of very small crustaceons arrived several locals came over and showed our party of 4 what to do with them. Finally came the Seafood risotto "La Lampara" served in a ceramic crock -mmmmm heaven. Don't forget to peek inside or go around outside to the open window that looks directly into the open kitchen and say hello to the chef in his sailor's uniform and hat. The fresh seafood and produce surrounding him is perfect for a picture.
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