This is just a neighbourhood bistro providing solid Malagan food with a slight Japanese twist, as one of the chefs seem to be from Japan. Croquettas, local fish, an amuse bouche rather like gazpacho andalucean, they provide Malagan gazpacho on the menu.A very reasonable Malagan wine to complete the, not very expensive, meal. A useful place to know. Staff friendly and trying hard to please, decor fine.
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