We ate here every morning on our holiday between 26th May and 2nd June.
This is the site of the restaurant known formerly as the Black Cat which it is still marked as on some maps, however having eaten previously at the Black Cat when we visited 6 years ago, there has been no drop-off in quality, and there is now an overall Mexican theme to the restaurant.
We had breakfast there every day and tried the ham and cheese omelette, the breakfast burrito, the Dalmatian breakfast (ham and cheese with anchovies, sardines and a salad) and the English breakfast (which came with salad, fried potatoes and kidney beans rather than baked beans, and a foot long garlic hot dog style sausage instead of a more traditional sausage).
All of these were excellent, especially the breakfast burrito, and the service was really friendly from all the waiters and waitresses. On the last day we were there, we overheard them ordering a taxi from the airport from the restaurant for a couple who wanted to go to the airport, so nothing is too much trouble, and they also coped with some really bizarre requests from other tourists for things that were not on the menu.
All of this cost around £4.50 for the breakfast each and £1 for coffee or tea, the quality of which was first rate.
We became so friendly with the staff that we were offered free drinks on a couple of occasions, which was again a nice bonus.
Also sitting on the terrace in the shade is such a lovely thing to do, and a welcome break from the sun.
They are open from 7am until midnight every day, and breakfast ends at 12pm. We can't comment on the quality of the food in the evening, but some of the main meals looked very tasty!
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