Food and drink
I don't think the food ever falters here. The emphasis on good local produce cooked well always seems to shine through. Look out for different specialties on the menu, which might be octopus stew one night and roast suckling pig another. The wine cellar hits all the right notes, with a good variety of local and mainland wines.
I like the old school avocado and prawn cocktail to start, although you could go for gazpacho, or marinated tuna as a starter, both of which are delicious. I hear the steaks are good here, but I always go for the fresher than fresh fish as a main, often Grouper Isla Bonita, served in a creamy sauce.
This is a no nonsense operation, with a lively buzzing atmosphere, particularly on Fridays and Saturdays.
The family and their staff run a tight ship here, although they seem to manage to stay relaxed and smiley.
It's on the main road, close to Playa Bastian.
Prices here are very affordable. Starters go from around 4 euros, with mains from 9 euros.
Tables to book
There are two indoor dining rooms, but the place to be is on the terrace, if you can get a table.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching
- No fuss
- Chilling out