So. Don't let the lack of a terrace scare you away. Ask about the fresh fish of the day, and if it there is sepia, ask for it grilled or fried. I wouldn't be able to tell what is was with eyes closed, except for "divine".
Weaker points were the white local wine (better if you add lemon!) and, sadly, the breaded tuna. Grilled really short, as requested, and still excellent fish. But it paled in comparison to the sepia.
The fried calamaretti starter was excellent, too.
I would become a regular if I lived here.
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