We wanted to go to this restaurant for lunch, but forgot to write down the address. Luckily we turned a corner, and there it was!
We sat outside on a very quiet, narrow alley. We were greeted and served by a helpful, English speaking waitress.
For starters we had anchovies in lemon and oil, and the sheeps cheese. Both were excellent, and the portion extremely generous.
For mains we had the grilled squid with chard and potatoes, and a salad. The portion of squid was huge - 400 grams, it was beautifully cooked, and the chard and potatoes were also delicious.
Lovely, inexpensive restaurant, with a great line in local produce and cuisine. The portions could be a little smaller though!
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