We visited this restaurant with some friends who booked a table in advance of our arrival just in case it was busy. On this occasion, and because it was only 6.30pm, it was quiet although more people arrived later. We were warmly welcomed by the owner and seated before being asked what we would like to drink whilst we looked at the menu. There were some very interesting choices on the menu as well as the daily specials; all at reasonable prices. The specials are all 3 course meals, which we decided to go for and, as it was Friday, today's menu was fish and chips with peas and tartare sauce, preceded by an amazing spicy tomato soup with a meatball in in ( the owner's mother's recipe), and followed by Hulva pudding (at least I think that was what it was called), another south african speciality which was equally amazing. Not to forget the main course of crispy battered Hake fillets, with crunchy chips. The 3 courses came to just 11 euros each which was fantastic value. For the four of us with 2 large beers and 4 orange juices, our bill came to just over 53 euros. This is somewhere we will definitely go back to as it is a little gem with a friendly owner and great food. I've selected cheap eats at the bottom but this does not suggest it's like a fast food place, simply that the quality and amount of food is great value, particularly the set meals.
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