I enjoyed dinner there the first night in town, so I returned. A good selection of dishes with an emphasis on sea food. Not the cheapest but value for money. The restaurant had a particularly relaxed atmosphere with an eclectic musical accompaniment! Apologies to the waitress, whose name I didn't get, but she was charming and happy to explain the menu. As was the chef, who was doing the rounds and happy to make his recommendations and chat about the local cuisine.
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