This restaurant is a unique example of a clever way to keep a business kicking even in times of economic and financial hardship.
Originally conceived as in-house canteen serving the workers of a close factory bankrupted some time ago, the service has been converted in a public restaurant open to all.
The quality of the food is excellent, the staff is friendly and you (as a tourist) get a rather unique opportunity to lunch or dine with locals sitting next to you in a relaxed environment populated by regular customers taking a short break from their working schedule. No frills, no gimmicks. You eat a good main course with (believe it or not) nine (9) euros per person. That includes even wine or beer and water. If you're not to embarrassed to self-service yourself, I think is a very good choice.
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