The food in this restaurant was so tasty we went their three times for dinner and once for lunch during our 2 week stay in Puerto Mogan. The homemade desserts are fantastic, especially the semifreddo. The owner is very friendly and welcoming. Great position on the sea front with a lovely view. I loved the special aubergine parmigiana which was supposed to be a starter but I had a bigger portion as a main course. At lunchtime we asked if they did anything like Canarian potatoes, which they don't, but they came out with a wonderful plate of baby new potatoes and baby plum tomatoes with a parsley, garlic and olive oil dressing - it was so delicious they should put it on the menu!
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