We had a very pleasant experience at 'the last refuge".
The scene is romantic ,pleasant and remained very eighties, which is not a bad thing.
The food is excellent , especially the fish and sea friut, which is their specialties.
I would expect some aperitive goodies and a basket of good bread with the entries, as used in the eighties, and was disappointed they came not.
The service is good , the bottle of wine comes with a champaniere .
They also gracefully ordered a taxi to take us back to the hotel.
All in one, a very enjoyable experience.
Go for it!
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