The restaurant hasn't changed a bit over the last 10 years plus. No fancy decor but bright light tubes, plastic chairs and a commotion you expect at a railways station. Make your way up the steep staircase and in high season at dinner time, expect to queue for ten minutes for a table. But wait, it's organised chaos and the kitchen downstairs quickly get delicious seafood out. Other seafood restaurants nearby certainly look more inviting as they have learned what foreign tourists want... nice chairs, white table cloth, art, lights covered with lamp shades, real coffee machines.
The food? To die for. Just deliiiiiicious.
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