Do not be put off by the fact of no menu : they cook what the boats bring in that day and the very nice waitress takes you through the list in good English - pointing out when things are expensive ( sea cucumbers for example). Ask for the prices if you are worried. We had delicious razor clams and sweet, perfectly cooked baby squid to start. Big portions. We followed with a divine sole and a monk fish plus a huge and delicious tomato salad to share. All wonderful quality and done to perfection. With two small bottles of sparkling water and a glass of excellent local white wine from Perelada, the bill was 112 euros. In London for that quality it would have been far more. Memorably good food.
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