Being situated on a headland with extensive views from the dining room is almost enough. The food is excellent on a menu which changes daily. We had a tender steak with a rich dark sauce and sea bass which was the disceted at the table and perfectly cooked. The small wine list specialises in local wines, whites, roses and reds with some other Italian wines as well. The head waiter explains how each meal is prepared what it includes and is helpful with wine selection. The wine and food are both well priced, the most expensive wine I saw being only 30 Euros. Parking is also easy but booking essential.
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