This restaurant is off the beaten track, just what me and my other half were looking for, and well worth a visit. It's also a guesthouse which, though we didn't stay there, looked like it had lovely rooms. Quirky and homely interiors, some of the seats were old theatre/cinema style seats, good hearty food at bargain prices. We ordered a lasagne, meatloaf with rice, (both were delicious) two beers and a bottle of water all for 29E. Prior to having your main course, the waiter brought us homemade vegetable broth which was a nice touch, you felt very welcome. The 'lady of the house' spoke good English; all in all a lovely, intimate dining experience that gets you away from the crowd and more touristy places. Little tip: they only accepted cash payments so go armed with some notes!
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