I don't know if maybe this place has different owners now, but I don't understand the mentioning in Lonely Planet and raving reviews on TripAdvisor. We came here after reading those and left rather disappointed.
A shame I didn't look at the menu before going in. It's almost never a good sign if a restaurant serves meat, seafood, burgers, pizza, pasta, paella and fondue all at the same time.
We ordered bruschetta as a starter. They were definitely deep frozen and the one with tomato cubes was inedible. My main (vegetables in a balsamic reduction and parmesan cheese) was OK, so was my husband's burger. At the prices they charge, you would expect better though. Also, the wine and coffee aren't a big deal.
However, the waitress was quite friendly and the interior looks nice.
To conclude, the 'gourmet' in the name doesn't mean much, it serves to lure in tourists.
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