We had a group of 11 of us there for lunch. Food was very authentic and real and delicious. It seemed a bit pricey, but I had one of the more (or most) expensive items: small lobsters (or were they prawns?) that were as delicious as they were messy!. The best room is the one closer to the ocean; that was occupied by another large group of very local people.
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