We ate here about 3 times, for lunch ... the menu at 18.50 euros all in, including wine, is what attracts. The choice never varies, but there is a huge range of choices for first and second courses, large enough but not so huge for desserts. Menu is in several languages, but translations leave something to be desired. Efficient, sometimes too efficient, service, until (once again) you come to pay!), and food is OK rather than superb or supremely tasty - it operates on a cheap and cheerful approach, so cuisine is not always perfect. Some meals worked for me, others did not. Nice ambiance, and it looks as though the inside bar is worth visiting out of season too.
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