This restaurant located on the seafront in the heart of the lovely fishing village looked to be an inviting stopover for a light lunch.
After a little deliberation my wife and myself decided on the daily special of Awrata (baked gilt-head bream). In lieu of vegetables we opted for mixed salads and in my case supplemented by a portion of fries. Considering that there were only a few other diners the food took some time to arrive and whilst we were in no particular hurry I did wonder what would happen if they were busy. Both fish were of a good size, fresh and moist and the flesh melted in the mouth. Complimentary bread and pate (made of broad beans and garlic) had preceded the main course. A couple of glasses of the local white wine (Chardonnay) which I thought quite passable were reasonably priced at 3.00 euros per glass.
Apart from the wait it was an enjoyable enough interlude and at 10.90 euros per person not likely to break the bank!
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