Friendly people, terrific local food - fish called "cherne" which is hard to relate to anything known to the rest of the world (it's not seabass for sure, they claim it's cod related which is nonsense). The bottom line is that you choose a specimen from the display, it's impeccably fresh and beatifully cooked. You get tomato bruschetta while you wait enjoying the sea view, then you devour the huge fish and go away happy... Note that it is possible to get a mediocre dish out of a fresh fish; these guys are really good at what they do
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