My advice would be, forget the terrace part of the restaurant and eat in the restaurant proper. You won't have the views but service will be better and you won't have anyone smoking cigars on the adjoining table as happened to us on the enclosed terrace! The food, particularly the fish, is great but the service, although efficient, is a little lacking for a restaurant that will cost about £30 per head, certainly the most expensive in the area.
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