We had moored up on the pontoon opposite the Bistro but received a recommendation for the Barracuda from the port official. The place was pretty full and the atmosphere was lively. The waiter, who had a good sense of humour, became a little impatient with the questioning about what the dishes were. While there were a number of reasonably priced dishes, the whole fish and crustaceans were really expensive. Potatoes, vegetables, salads, etc. all had to be ordered as extras. While the quality was reasonable, we all thought the food was overpriced.
When it started to rain, even though we were under cover, we still got wet.
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