We live just 5 mins. from the restaurant and eat there nearly every Thursday evening. The owners are now good friends and sometimes dine at our home.
The place is simple, unpretentious, inexpensive and friendly. Very busy with work folk at lunch time can be busy in the evenings during the summer season, Sometimes this is the only place open in town so in the height of summer book in advance. Closed Tuesdays and Sunday lunch.
The pizzas are excellent, thin and well topped. They come in a wide variety. The other foods are limited in number but good. The chips are my constant choice with a preserved duck leg! My wife adores the lasagne. Wine is reasonably priced. The service is warm and rapid. Some (sufficient) English and Spanish are spoken (if you need an English menu ask, I translated it!).
This is not high class dining it is good, genuine food at an appropriate price.
If you see my wife and I in our usual corner with an Airedale Terrier under the table come and say "Hello".
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