Primarily a good class fish restaurant but also with a sensible range of non-fish dishes. Welcoming and good service throughout, we had an excellent table for 4 booked on the terrace with lake view but unfortunately as it was a cool evening we went inside - the view was still good though.
It is a small dining room but although busy thoughout the evening it din't seem crowded. The decor and all the dishes we had were beautifully presented and very enjoyable eating. With two dishes each - a main and some had pasta others had an antipasto, salads, wine, water and coffees - it came to a very reasonable for the quality €38 per person.
Two minor critiscisms - The lighting is quite low so with older eyes you might struggle with the menu and fish bones! The background recorded classical/spanish guitar music was a little intrusive and repetitive.
Overall definitely recommended though. Just along the promenade to the West you can have an apperitivo before dining whilst watching the sunset over the lake.
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