A pleasant little restaurant just around the corner from the main square, it offers fantastic views across the hills from the few seats arranged along the wall at the front, and this was a real sun trap. The internal courtyard is also very pleasant and a whole lot cooler if the sun beating down gets a bit too much for you. We only wanted a snack and so chose a couple of items from their bruschetta menu.
Service seemed ridiculously slow with our bruschetta’s taking a good 30 or 40 minutes to arrive, and they weren’t even especially busy. This made time a bit tight for catching our return bus, and so I also had to chase them up for our bill which hadn’t arrived within about five minutes of asking. On going in to the restaurant to chase it up, I found the waitress fiddling around with the coffee machine rather than preparing it.
A tomato, basil and olive oil bruschetta was a generous portion and very tasty, although I thought the basil was a little thin on the ground, it was definitely almost entirely tomato. I also found the bruschetta crust to be very hard and crunchy, making it actually a little difficult to eat. Across the table, a cheese, sausage meat and rosemary bruschetta was again a generous portion, but not as tasty as expected and a little on the dry side. The bottled beer was very expensive, coming in at the equivalent of €8.60 per pint. Overall, despite the great setting, the poor service and so so food mean it’s not somewhere that I would return to.
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