We asked at the hotel for a good fish restaurant and this one was recommended. It is in the old town and on the cliff top. There are 4 tables on the small sheltered terrace overlooking the sea, two more inside also with sea views and several others, all with crisp table linen and a lamp on the outside tables. The water and chef spoke English and an English menu was provided on request. To start I had carpaccio of red snapper with oli and lemon which was decorated with a sprinkling of dried flowers. Served raw it was delicious but I felt needed bread which, unusually, was not provided. (We asked at the end of the meal and the waiter apologised as he forgot). After this I had cavatelli, 'pesche azzurro', tomato and fennel which again was well presented and very tasty. The desserts also were well presented and enjoyable. My husband had chocolate mousse with kiwi and bitter orange, which although not what he had ordered was nevertheless very pleasant. I had bitter orange sorbet which had melted slightly. Petits four were served with tea and coffee. The waitress wore trainers, the waiter had noisy shoes, the music was low key and unobtrusive. A good restaurant serving well cooked and presented food and not the usual tourist fare. We paid 89 Euros which included a bottle of wine, water - no charge.
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