Food and drink
We went for two of the daily specials: fresh sardines and prawn risotto and a salad with goats' cheese. The sardines – fresh, unadulterated; just as they should be – were presented in suitable rustic style. The risotto was wonderfully cheesy and creamy, although it was a bit nouvelle cuisine style for the casual setting, and the salad rather average. The large menu features a pretty standard selection (for traditional restaurants on the island) of meat, fish and salads, but the restaurant also bills itself as a pizzeria, and the pizzas, I hear, are very good.
I don't think you can go wrong with one of the daily specials – that's if you like fish. Otherwise the pizza is a good fall back, particularly for kids.
The beachfront location and terrace overlooking the water is the main draw here, even more than the food, which is good rather than spectacular.
Our lovely waitress couldn't have been more friendly or helpful. She recommended a local dry white, which fitted the bill perfectly.
It's on the edge of a shopping centre, in the centre of the resort, next to the seafront promenade.
Prices are pretty average – between 10 and 15 euros for a main course.
Tables to book
The inside seating area is a bit gloomy. This restaurant is one of the more popular mid options in the resort, so it you want a table on the terrace, it is advisable to book in the peak summer months.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- Great views / scenery
- Chilling out