We went to this restaurant after a tour of the island, which was covered in mist for a lot of the time. We were served efficiently for a quite large party and had a simple hot soup to start with. The main course which followed was beef which had been cooked for a long time and was falling apart. Very tender and succulent and quite filling.
The restaurant is well maintained and pleasant to visit
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