Picked up from my pre-holiday Trip Advisor research we decided to give this small restaurant a try as we had passed a few times and was always busy.
The restaurant is small and seemingly in a gap between the shops but has a cosy, homely atmosphere. The Dutch born owner seemed to be the only visible person working there but service was prompt and friendly.
For starters we shared hummus and pitta bread which was very good. I went for the home made beef stew assuming this would be stifado, it wasn’t but it was very tasty and melt in the mouth. It came with carrots and courgettes – a strange mix but ok. My partner chose the king prawns with rice which she enjoyed but strangely was also served with cold cabbage. For dessert we had a dame blanche (actually a French dish – ice cream, cream & nuts etc.) and a toffee pecan type pudding.
This was all washed down with two half carafes of house rose which was very good. At 60 Euros in total this was pretty good value and if you get past the few small quirks it’s worth a visit with it’s relaxed atmosphere and friendly service.
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