Arrived around 7.45 after an aperitif in the small cafe just beside the castle ( stunning views ) and got seated after deciding against Porto ( looked a bit too fancy with White linen tablecloths, and looked to high end ) and against the cheap pizza place across the street, as we wanted something mid range that night.
Several restaurants in Moniga have cheap plastic seats ( Sagittarius) and the cheap pizza place 50 metres away has too, so when I saw cushions on the seats in the terrace at the front, and a really long menu, I was willing to try it.
We ordered 3 different starters, all good, mains were excellent too. Service was a little bit off, but just due to the place being so busy. Waitress started off being a bit off hand, but was ok after I mentioned service was a bit off, the place was incredibly busy.
There were lots of Italian diners, more than other nationalities, which is always a great sign.
From a time / service perspective, if you order pizzas, the food will arrive in minutes, as they have a dedicated pizza oven, while we didn't order one, the italians on the next 3 tables all did and they looked amazing.
Views from the terrace of the Marina were good, there is plenty of off street parking and it is a very popular place. So as far as other reviews go, why not try it yourself, but do have the aperitif in the grounds of the castle opposite the church at the end of the town on the way down to the port.
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