This place is beautiful and very romantic, there are a selection of tables nestled under big white gazebos on the sand. Food is fantastic all fish. Only thing there is no official menu. The staff tell you what’s available this can be a little daunting because obviously they don’t tell you the price although I do believe there is one printed menu with prices before you enter the restaurant. Our final bill was not as shocking as we were expecting for 4 people we had fish antipasti, followed by main course grilled fish, 3 desserts, a litre and a half of white wine 4 bottles of water and 2 coffees the bill came to 160 Euro (summer 2012). The food was absolutely delicious and we will definitely go back. If I had to complain about anything, it would be that some of the staff are not very friendly and a little arrogant, however others went out of their way and were very pleasant such as Elisa & Danielle. The restaurant plays nice lounge type music, however the disco pappafico is next door and although the disco usually starts late there was something going on the night we were there, the music was loud but not so loud you couldn’t speak, it certainly didn’t ruin our evening.. You must book this restaurant in advance as it gets very busy, ask for a gazebo table
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