On the main square of this quirky and picturesque tuna-worshipping villlage, but you can also eat at the back overlooking the sea (take care when reserving your table). We ate twice here on busy Friday nights when their was entertainment on the square (an excellent Beatles tribute band, followed by a slightly bizarre, uniquely Italian, puppet show consisting mainly of medieval knights in mortal combat). The best choices here are the octopus starter and the grilled tuna - both excellent. But the raw prawns were rather unpleasant, and the swordfish lacked texture. Octopus casserole with potatoes was tasty if lacking subtlety. Tuna ragu with pasta was delicious. Wines can be expensive, although they are very good indeed. Some annoying details: food served luke-warm; they had run out of strawberry tartlets and decaffeinated coffee at 9p.m. (early for this part of the world), and you really have to watch out to prevent the bill mounting up extortionately. 124 Euros for 2 people - two courses each plus wine and limoncellos. Very friendly waitress, but her male colleagues could be surly.