This restaurant should work, but it would be an understatement to say that it really, really does not.
It has a good setting at the end of the harbour, and does enjoy a fine view over the coast.
BUT - and it is a huge but - the food was completely underwhelming, and very expensive for what it was.
Granted, my partner's rump steak was quite well cooked and presented. But I opted for seafood, and it was a bad choice. 7 clams on a bed of shredded lettuce, for 12 euros. 24 cockles, on a similar bed of shedded greenery, 5 of which were not open and hence inedible: also 12 euros. I left hungry and disgruntled.
It was a Friday night, and we were the only people in the restaurant. It's not just that locals don't use it. Nobody seemed to that evening.
The only good thing was the service. When I muttered about the closed cockles, we were offered a liqueur on the house. There was a storm that evening, and we asked for a taxi. The waiter said no taxi would come out for the short trip to the hotel, so (the restaurant was empty!) he drove us back himself, and refused a tip, though we did insist. A charming man. He should get a job somewhere else, soon, I would suggest.
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