Food and drink
Fish is the main deal here but there are also exceptional meat dishes like lamb cooked in port gravy or fideoa (paella but with short noodles), which comes served with a gorgeously garlicky aioli (garlic mayonnaise). You can see how fresh the fish is as they’ll bring it out for you to see before they cook it.
Try the tuna carpaccio to start or fish soup (with prawn and mussels). For pudding, the ice-cream with chocolate fondant feels wonderfully decadent.
It's small and intimate with bare stone walls decorated with contemporary seascapes. There are candles on the tables at night and gentle Trad jazz playing in the background.
The service is charming and attentive.
As above, it's on a side street, seconds away from the main seafront promenade.
Set menus cost 15-24 euros. There’s also a children’s menu for 9.95 euros.
Tables to book
Request either of the two on the bougainvillea-clad balcony overlooking the street.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Mature travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Chilling out