This is a lovely restaurant overlooking the little port/marina. You can sit outside on a long terrace that runs the length of the restaurant (and there are some gas heaters) or inside if it is too cold. Both times we went (went twice since food so nice) we sat out despite it being January and rather chilly in the evening. The second time though they had the awnings closed and we realised afterwards that in doing so it was like being in a marque anywhere - it meant we lost the feeling of overlooking the sea/boats and that actually we should have sat inside where it was warner and cosier. Would be ok in daylight though as you would still get the sea view.
Service was a bit variable. Attentive to begin with but on the first occasion a large group came in and after that we were not asked if we wanted more drinks, desserts, coffee - they were totally occupied with the group and managing to pay and leave proved a challenge. Otherwise though it was fine, with nice food. Probably similar price to Quintins, but more Canarian, whereas Quintins is more International (I would say about 12-19 Euros for a main, guessing slightly, sorry, food so good at both it was worth the prices charged)
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