Creative, surprising, wonderful fresh ingredients, most of which came from the fishing harbour we overlooked during the meal (some choices were not available, a reality for fresh ingredients). The kitchen is shared with that of the starred restaurant next door. It shows in the creativity of the food and the finish of the plates.
The prices are those I am used to pay for an everyday food joint.
Beware though, it is a great everyday restaurant, not the starred restaurant next door. It should be enjoyed as such. But you'll probably never find an everyday restaurant with that level of cuisine any time soon.
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