This restaurant has an excellent reputation and it was recommended to us at our hotel. However, it struggled to live up to its reputation, mostly as it is was pricey for the quality of food we got.
The setting is fabulous, with an outdoor terrace right on the shore and enjoying gorgeous sunsets. Can't fault that setting.
We ordered the avocado and prawns for starters. The prawns arrived covered in a massive lump of mayo, which didn't help much.
The papas with mojo, were excellent. But that's the case of every restaurant we have tried in the island.
For mains, we shared a mariscada. This was a fairly nice dish, but not something spectacular and, certainly, did not really match its price tag of 19€.
However, we saw the trays of fish being served to other tables and those looked really apetising.
So, the summary should be: eat the fish, forget the seafood!
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