The restaurant is in a very nice location. The ambience is tasty but not sumptuous. It's a regular restaurant, not a luxury establishment. Yet the prices put 3-star Michelin places to shame. 100 euros per kilo of grilled fish? Seriously? Also, it seems many restaurants in the same area have the following pricing policy for appetizers (I'd call it a scam if they weren't open about it in advance): The price mentioned in the menu isn't "per item", it's "per item per person". So if you order say the octopus, and it's 4 people at the table, you get charged 4 times the price, but usually do NOT get four times the portion. Or sometimes the per person portion is ridiculous: one stuffed mussel constituted a 1-person portion, in our case. I would definitely avoid. If one wants luxury at luxury prices, there are much better places.
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