No AC and so hot anf umit. The people that serve us was so tired and didnt smile at all. The food was ok.
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What a fantastic place this is, having read some of the reviews I think they perhaps have visited with different expectations. This is a slightly rustic and unusual dinning experience but brilliant! You can sit outside within the rocks and a pirate ship yes pirate ship with large fruit bats flapping over your heads after dark which my boys loved.... More
We stayed at the Kempinski and walked up to this little nugget on a couple of evenings.There is nothing better in sweltering conditions to spend an evening cooking on a hot stone, seriously it was perfect, the food was great and there was a great atmosphere among the various patrons. Maria was very charming as were her mother and sister....... More
We walked to the restaurant from Kempinski Resort. The restaurant is located 10mins walk up the hill on the beach. The location is a bit random, in the middle of nowhere. It reopens for dinner at 6pm, it's a good idea to book a table, it wasn't busy when we went but they said they were fully booked afterwards. The... More
An original place where to eat, connected to an artist home/studio and a Pirate cave perfect to fascinate small children. You cook your own food at the table on a hot stone. The food is good. It could be difficult to find a free table and it is possible to wait for long. Service could be improved.
We came from the kempinski what is around 600meter away and u can get there easy by walk, we even had a kids trolley and it's just small way in sand and the way up the hill is a proper road. We arrived earlier then 6 as we heard it open from 12-9pm but actually they open from 6pm for... More
I have never ever encountered so many flies as we did eating at Maria's. We had to eat in the dark as the candles only attracted more. This was probably for the best as when we shone our phones on the plates they were absolutely covered in flies. I'm sure the food was nice, but we inhaled as fast as... More
Place designed to make you feel depressed. Would have to rate it with no stars at all, if I were to be honest, so the only 1* goes for crepes with cheese, the only choice in the menu worth any attention.
A basic looking restaurant at the bottom of a few very steep hills but well worth the journey. We had the fish and prawns which are served raw and then you cook them on hot stone slabs with butter. Absolutely yummy. Good service too.
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