We really enjoyed the food we had, but there are only about 4/5 tables inside what is effectively a shop - rather disconcerting. There were other diners eating on the evening we were there, but there was no atmosphere. I started with cooked fennel followed by grilled local fish - my husband had prosciutto followed by pasta with rustic sausage - delicious. I would like to have tried a lunchtime selection of meats and cheeses - I saw a local couple eating from such a platter and it looked lovely. There is an outside seating area with a lovely sea view which would be nice to use on a hot day. The service was willing and pleasant and the prices fair.
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