We went to the restaurant because we were told that the Chef on our cruise ship always ate there. We were seated outdoors immediately. It's a small restaurant and the patio was also small. There were a lot of locals, so we were hopeful. Unfortunately, they drank most of the beer, so a small selection was even smaller. The food was okay. My mozzarella and tomato was okay. The tomatoes were not ripe. The bruschetta had a lot of toppings but not memorable. There were two other groups from the ship at the restaurant. I suggest they stock up and be prepared when a cruse ship is in port.
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