We came for a late lunch without reservations. No problem getting a table, though they were doing good business. Nice rustic atmosphere. There are two ways to enter the restaurant; one involves steep stairs, the other has no steps at all. That is the main entrance, as it faces the street. Their luncheon menu is varied and reasonably priced for the portion sizes. The bread they serve at the start is so tasty and even better dipped in olive oil seasoned with salt and pepper. The seafood salad, which contains rare tuna, was superb. The barbecue plate had good flavors; however the ribs and pork were slightly dry. The jalapeno sausage on that plate was different and spicy. Service was pleasant and we were not rushed.
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