We ate here in peak season and there was no rush, no hassle. The vaulted stone ceilings and traditional decor welcome and cool you down as soon as you enter. The lady of the house is on hand to recommend the catch of the day and indeed we had a superb turbot and fresh mussels preceded by some delicious complimentary fish croquettes. Very pleasant and excellent value for money. It's in the back streets so not one of the easiest to find but worth the extra 5 minute stroll!
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