You get a feeling from the first moment that the owners are always on hand to supervise the functioning of the restaurant, in a way, you're reassured that it will be a good experience, and we were proved right.
This is a restaurant run the old way, in a beautiful setting, the main dining room is like a salon from a faraway bourgeois period, outside there's a nice patio, that with special effect lighting gives a 3 dimensional view that may seem almost resembling a theatre setting of a classic play.
Or waiter, Yassin, was very helpful, welcoming and suggested a seafood starter, of mussels, octupus, cooked in different ways , gratin, fried, fried with herbs and garlic, and steamed, it was excellent, but very filling.
The sole meuniere, the jumbo prawns, with their sides of risotto and sauted vegetables were a revelation, excellent,
The desserts were also good, but not on the same level as the main courses.
They also seem to have very good pizza, from what I saw on neighbouring, although I have not tried it myself.
The prices were a bit steep, the bill for 3 came to around 200 euros, no wine or spirits included. The culprit, I presume, is the fresh seafood which is sold by weight.
Don't let that put you off, you can have a good dinner or lunch here for much less, and its certainly worth a visit.
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