Always great service, agree that pil pil is best on beach. Lamb chops were fabulous. Looking forward to going back.
My family and I (as well as extended family and friends) have been visiting here for many years and a visit has always been a treat. However in March an extra meal appeared on the bill at the end of the meal (a meal for eight, with lots of beer wine, soft drinks and two or three courses each), now... More
Located right on the beach. Friendly waiter service. Huge portions as others have said. Def don't need starters and main. My son had swordfish grilled it was wonderful, I had a large fresh tuna and avocado salad and my daughter had the breaded chicken. All very good. Complimentary little salad to start with. We had ordered chips as well but... More
Went here straight after a late arrival in town. We were actually heading for Chirinquito Ayio, but it was closed that late, close to midnight. The place itself was still semi-crowded, usually a good sign with several similar places competing of same customers. The waiter was friendly, but the tiredness of the staff could be seen a long way. Because... More
We like to have more local dishes such as prawns pil pil, fried anchovies and padron peppers. We have been going there for many years and the prawns are the best we have tried. The wine is reasonably priced and the staff are quite friendly and efficient.
My parents used to love this place when it was a engendering some 30 years ago! The owner used to come and shake hands. Went for lunch, Caesar Salad had 5 chicken goujons on top, sultanas , walnuts walnuts tons of lettuce! Husband had tuna and tomato salad which contained around a least a kilo of tomatoes. Not good.
We really enjoyed the food here. Very good size portions...in fact too much! The only think which we can say us a bad thing is we were given bread before our meal and then when we were given the bill we had been charged for it. We wouldnt mind if we had been asked but we werent. Otherwise it was... More
had a nice meal here. dont usually frequent this area of town but good for a large group. all meals good sea bass excellent as was the clams. one person had mixed grill served with padron peppers also very good one of the best on the beach
Paella good but expensive. No finger bowls and nearest loo is the public toilet were you can wash your hands but no hand towels. Pork in pepper sauce and chips good, but filling. Portion size is good. Think twice before having a starter and a main course. Wine and beer reasonable, and the place was busy. Always a good sign.
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