I really loved this place although my husband wasn't quite as enthusiastic. The idea is that you order a selection of small fish 'tapas' and if you particularly enjoy one then you can go ahead and order more!
My husband felt that some of the flavours mentioned in the dish description (in particular one that promised horseradish and another coconut) didn't really come through.
However we both enjoyed trying some new fish (we'd never eaten ling or grey mullet before). And we cleared absolutely everything put in front of us.
The restaurant is tiny and has a wonderful location opposite the harbour. Yes, there's a steep walk down (and then back up!) to the car park but it's not that difficult.
We visited on a week day evening in April during a spell of glorious weather and we loved coming out of the restaurant at the end of the meal and walking over to the harbour which looked beautiful. We practically had the place to ourselves. But I imagine the village heaves in summer (when I wouldn't come near it) and you'd need to book well in advance to secure a table.
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