We stopped at this restaurant after passing several that were full of diners on a Sunday evening. It was lucky if it was a third full, we should have read the warning signs. We took a table in the middle of the restaurant, the tables with a sea view were either occupied or waiting to be cleared of dirty dishes.
Went with the traditional rabbit dish and the penne arrabiatta.
Penne was over cooked, stuck together and came with an arrabiatta sauce that had undercooked onion and what tasted like raw garlic through it. Completely inedible.
The rabbit faired little better, over cooked, dry and with virtually no 'rabbit gravy'.
A very poor dining experience.
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