Food and drink
On offer is a fairly typical range of Spanish dishes – with a fair amount of fish and seafood, as you might expect from the restaurant's name – with a few international options.
I would go for something fairly simple here - perhaps some grilled fish and salad, or one of the steaks.
The restaurant's key position on the harbour next to the promenade means it always seems to have a bit of a buzzing atmosphere, with great people watching.
You sometimes get the feeling that the waiting staff are a little jaded and overworked at this busy restaurant, and at peak times there may be a bit of wait.
It's bang in the heart of the old town, next to the promenade.
It's very much a mid range option, and reasonably priced (although bear in mind you are paying for the location too). Main dishes go for an average of around 12 euros.
Tables to book
I always try to get a table on the upper terrace overlooking the sea and promenade.
- Families with teenagers
- Families with younger children
- People watching
- No fuss