The restaurant looks classy and pricey but actually it is affordable. My wife too pasta with pesto which was ok, I took fried fish and I was astonished by the size of it. There was fish of various size, tiger prawns and a langusta (I guess). Very good but of course much of work with the prawns :)
On the walls there were photos on the disaster in 2011. I am really touched about the passion how the villagers wanted to correct the damages and in such a short timeframe. Hopefully improvements made are sufficient so that this kind of disaster will never happen again.
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