Sitting for dinner in one of the two restaurants in the village, we weren't expecting too much. The owner/waiter is a very nice English-speaking guy. You sit over the local marina, just over water, as the name of the restaurant suggests.
Food variety is not big, although sufficient. We took the cherry tomatoes with Boccancini cheese and balsamic vinaigrette. it was nice, but nothing more. For mains we took the fillet Mignon with pepper sauce. It comes with fries and salad. The steak should have been 8Oz., which are about 225gr. To me it seemed less than 200gr. I asked for medium- I got well-done. The sauce was very good and the fries were of the best- fried twice, as they should, with hardly any oil in it. This as the best part of the meal, and they were a big portion.
We had a white house wine, which was good. The meal summed at $82, which is quite a lot for this meal.
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