The big selling point of this restaurant is the location on a beautiful island, but it's more than just a tourist restaurant in a beauty spot, the food is also great.
It's hard to pick out a highlight. The catch of the day was sea bass, which was cooked to perfection, the prawn starters were heavenly, the chips were perfectly golden. The only thing that wasn't perfect was the cheese cake, which I felt was a bit heavy.
The service was friendly and helpful, the only thing I could fault here was the hot starters arriving long after the cold starters.
Our wine was the Odelouca, a blend of Viognier and Arinto that was full of flavour and delicious.
At 50 Euros a head this was not a cheap meal by local standards, but it was worth every cent.