We made our second visit to Emma's a few weeks ago, and the food was as tasty and fresh as the previous year. I agree with other reviewers that the portions are smaller and prices are higher than in other restaurants in the town. However, the quality of the food is much higher, and the menu much more varied. The complimentary tortilla chips and salsa upon arrival is a nice touch, and provide a good guide to the relative hotness of the dishes on the menu. The restaurant is small, with little outside space, so bookings might be necessary at busy times. It also means that the presence of a large group can make the restaurant noisy. The staff were very friendly and helpful, and I would definitely return.
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