Went here last week as it was 200metres from our hotel and reccommended by the owner . We went at 7pm so we were guaranteed an outside table ( reservations reccomended)- you go in through a side street but dont let this put you off , you are led through the restaurant to the back garden which is full of flowers and a wooden begoda. It isnt crowded ( at that time on a Friday too) and the tables allow for privacy. You are given a complimentary starter (mozzarella/rocket and basil dressing) this was lovely but you are basically paying for it with the cover charge of around £3. I had a glass of sweet white wine, 75ml was around 1/4 of a glass and this was just under 4 euros which is a rip off in my opinion so we had water too . I had the sliced beef done rare which was lighly garnished with rock salt and came with creamed potatoes which were amazing. My daughter had the trout which was also cooked and seasoned well, the dessert was caramel pannecota which was ok but pricey for 5 euro . The restaurant had begun to get a little busier at 8:30 despite the waitress saying initially that all outside tables were 'reserved' yet let us move further to the outer edge as we didnt like being seated in the middle ( too hot). ( There were only 3 other couples eating at the same time as us) . I would reccomend this restaurant for the quality and setting and especialy for couples! ☺ . The staff were also q friendly- The bill was £36 which is worth it because of the quality and nice setting
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