The restaurant is set beneath a large thatched roof with local artwork occupying the walls. It's a very welcoming place and the food was extremely good. Between the six of us we had six different seafood dishes and we all loved our choices. We also split a margerita pizza for an appetizer and it was a taste to envy. They have a wood fired pizza oven, which was a real treat. The food though was a little pricey so this place is not for everyday fare.
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