Four of us visited this restaurant on our first night in Gran Canaria and we were not disappointed. We were quickly seated and the staff seemed friendly.
We had garlic bread for starters - it had clearly been freshly made and was relatively cheap. For mains I had the gnocchi with mozzarella and tomato - this was lovely and not too overpowering. We all tried some of each other's food and the pizza one of my friends had was so good we had to revisit a further two nights whilst on the island!
On our second visit I had a pizza - this again had been freshly made and was cooked just right. The base was thin but not dry. The carbonara dish was lovely also.
To top it off the views were beautiful and the outside seating area is by the sea so it kept it cool. The prices were very good for the quality of the food and I would happily pay the same again. From memory it was around 75/80 euros for four of us including a bottle of wine.
As a side note on each visit we ordered mateus rose wine which was around 18/19 euros per bottle in the restaurant but it is only about 4 euros in the local hiperdino. This didn't cause a problem as this was generally the case in all of the restaurants in the area (but it may be something to bear in mind if on a budget.)
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