This restaurant was recommended by our tour guide on our private day trip,was expecting it may be a bit of a "tourist trap"(but we WERE in a "tourist area",so what!!).It turned out to be a well run family affair of some 40+ years standing.Very authentic in my estimation,great food,good service and well maintained old building. The grilled sardines, alone, were worth the lunchtime visit. Reasonably priced overall.
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