We walked into the restaurant with no reservations on a gloomy Tue night. The fire was crackling, the place was buzzing with locals. There was no English menu - it’s being updated for a new season. However, a very nice hostess couldn’t have been more helpful and informative: she translated and explained all in great details with local food recommendations. The food not some was delicious and tastefully presented. We all left full and happy with everything. A shot of rum infused with local herbs warmed our hearts even more for this cosy place.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.