Friendly service and great food to share, such as a dish with crab, mussles and calamari, which I've gone back for 2-3 times. There's acoustic music playing in the evening and you're able to get 2 beers for one. It's a nice atmosphere, in front of the beach. The bad thing is because of the high rise buildings, the terrible architecture of this city, the sun disappears and the restaurant gets cold and dark very quickly.
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