Restaurant located in a former villa by the beach. It now has tables inside, in the closed off former garden, in a closed off balcony and outside in front of the villa. It is very popular with locals, so there´s no chance of getting one of the nicer tables at weekends unless you phone reasonably in advance. If you do, you can end up eating with the sea in the background.
Recently tried one of the chef´s suggestions: Paella with tuna loin and spring onions. It was delicious!
Try sharing a few of the starters, like the cod croquettes, griddled squid, the home made calamari, or the tomato with anchovies.
This has a huge reputation for rice in broth, for instance with lobster. I must have been here about fifty times and still have to taste a rice dish that I did not consider excellent.
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