This restaurant is right in the centre of town on a terrace, one floor above the main street, in short a lovely location.
When we arrived two of the waiters were having a row, (which was awkward) and we were seated by the edge of the terrace overlooking the road below. Just great.
Food was all very nice, wine lovely and service pretty good until they got very busy. At which point it became difficult to get any attention or pay the bill. This may be my impatience, no one else looked at all bothered, and they were busy on both occasions. I asked for pepper, this didn't go down well for some reason and I then got an attitude when the main course arrived.
Well worth a visit and go at 7pm if you want to get out by 9.30.
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