My wife and I ate here on the back of tripadvisor reviews and were very impressed, returning again during our trip. On approach we found a small restaurant that was unassuming but there was a nice ambience when we were seated on a table in the picturesque street. The beautiful (sorry Wifey) owner really took time to explain the menu and specials, we chose the bread, aioli and olives to start and two pasta dishes. At first I thought the bread was a little dry but when paired with the amazing aioli and olives it worked perfectly. For the mains my wife had the linguine carbonara which was very authentic and lovely and I went for the swordfish tagliatelle which was honestly one of the best pasta dishes I've ever had, and we've eaten in some very fine Italian restaurants. The team here are also hugely accommodating, during our first visit we overheard another customer want fish but no garlic, which I imagine could be a challenge to an Italian kitchen, but the owner patiently talked through options and basically constructed a dish to suite the customer. During our second visit there was no issue for my wife in swapping the type of pasta that came with her meal, and we were just as impressed as the first visit. Final superlative on this place is the price, we paid under half of other places we ate on this holiday for food better than most of the others.
If you are trying to navigate here for the first time be warned maps on my iPhone took us on a slightly convoluted route. The best way to find this place is just walk to the end of the wide marina walkway and there's a set of steps on your right with Peter Pan's located at the top of these. The steps aren't noticeable from the main thoroughfare but once you get to the last restaurant on the marina ( a Thai place) they are about 30m further on, obscured on your approach by a building.