We had not eaten at this very informal and typical town square restaurant for a long time. It has undergone a refurbishment in the last year and if our experience is anything to go by has changed for the better.
We sat outside overlooking the church and square. The staff were attentive and there was a good choice on their menu. We had the plate of tapas and the duo of fish. (Salmon and Tuna). Both modestly priced and washed down with a palatable house white.
What we also liked was the real informal cosmopolitan feel. People out for their lunch break, locals and a mix of tourists. Having not been there for a few years, we will be back much sooner.
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