Little hidden gem, not a single tourist in sight. In fact, Sunday lunchtime turned out to be the meeting place of the mooring yacht owners and their families, which contributed to a somewhat peculiar ambience (in a good way). Really good fish, as expected. The best cazuela de mariscos in town, mero with marinera sauce amazing and super fresh too. Sensible wine list.
The place was very busy so the service wasn't particularly worth a praise, a bit slow but efficient.
Mind, it's no cheaper than the 'famous' old town establishments, even though it's away from the walled city. I suppose it's aimed at the marina crowd.. Worth the walk though, any fish lover will appreciate the 'Chef'!
Check the opening times and go for lunch, you want to be able to appreciate the setting in the daylight.
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