As the name implies this is a fish and meat restaurant, but in our experience the fish was far superior to the meat dishes.
We ate here at Easter 2013 and enjoyed the starters (fish cakes, olives, specialty breads) which were all very nice, tasty, fresh and well prepared and presented. The fish main meals were also superb (fresh local mackerel and fresh sea bass) cooked to perfection and really excellent. The steak was less good, perfectly ok but just not the best; I asked for it medium and it was overcooked for my liking. The ambiance is fine, the views over the harbour are stunning and the service is good. Quite well priced too - we paid £30 each for 3 courses and a bottle of wine between us which is not too bad at all.
Based on this experience I would say that if you eat here, and you really should give it a try, then go with what they do best: freshly caught local fish.
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