Slightly off the well beaten tourist board path, the little eatery is worth a visit.
We had a warm welcome and a few jokes shared. The food was fresh and nicely presented. My lasagne was excellent, as was my wife's scallop linguine although perhaps a couple more scallops wouldn't go amiss. Plenty of locals ate here, which wherever I go in the world is always a good sign. I did have shrimp pasta envy looking at another diners dish!
We spent €47 for 2 mains, 2 beers, 2 coffees and a bottle of water. Pretty good value..
Overall a great little restaurant .
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