Had this restaurant not been recommended by our hotel and had we not read favourable reviews on this site we probably would not have tried it. It is a somewhat unprepossessing building with no menu on display. In fact there is no menu - what is offered is what is on display in the chiller cabinet. Nothing is priced but we were told not to worry about that!
We had in fact booked a table earlier but despite being a Saturday night it was not particularly busy. It was raining so the outside tables were not in use, Inside there are rustic high tables and stools and lots of fishing paraphernalia.
We were given no choice of starter and were served calamari which was beautifully tender with a rich sauce. For the main course the choice was flat or round fish. We opted for flat and a few scallops. What came was a large platter with a whole "steinbutt" (or turbot), half a dozen scallops and lots of vegetables. It was all cooked to perfection and delicious.
The only thing which took the edge off the enjoyment was the uncertainty as to what the cost was going to be. In the event the total bill was 98.70 euros for two persons, not quite as cheap as we had been led to expect. This was made up with 14.90 euros for 2 portions of calamari, 44.90 for the steinbutt and 23.40 euros for the scallops. A glass of wine was 3.10. We had to pay in cash (fortunately we had enough on us) as their credit card machine was "broken".
Incidentally an earlier review staes that this restaurant is closed Saturday and Sundays. It was certainly open on the Saturday we visited!
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