Walking around the town looking for somewhere to eat that wasn't cafeteria style dining, we saw this place and initially thought it was ground floor only, but is actually spread over several levels.
We got one of the few remaining tables on the terrace, and decided to go for the Chateaubriand served part cooked with a hot stone to finish the steak how you want it, served with vegetables and home made fries.
The steak was lovely. After the disastrous steak we had at a steakhouse in Cala En Bosc (Restaurant Toro Negro: we are still not sure what the meat was) we were a little nervous, but it was outstanding.
They also do a sampler dessert for two which was amazing as well.
Total, including wine, water and two soft drinks was €75.
Well worth a visit but get there early for a table on terrace.
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