We have been coming to this restaurant for a few years and the welcome is always friendly. If you want a table by the water then you will need to book. However we managed to time it right about 7.30 pm and always seemed to get a table (very high season definately need to book). The food is good and plentiful. The fish platter for two was excellent. The view over the tombs is very good. However please note that there is blues bar right next door so you will get to hear the music being played, but don't let put you off. You may even get lucky and see and feed a turtle (we managed this in July 2011) as they come up by the waterside tables, not so lucky this time (Sept 2013).