Just below the very nice "Hotel Grand Italia", we were told of its good cuisine. And it was indeed worthy to have lunch there. The "patron" is really fond of his work (see him in front of the restaurant) ; he personally helped us in choosing the most exquisite seafish dishes for the period, and they were fantastic, very well presented, good portions, a little bit high priced, but the quality warrants the price level.
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