Very small place just off the main strip opposite a pharmacy.
It is basically a selection of quiche type things however Italian style. So spinach and cheese. Potato. Socchi a chickpea sort of pancake thing. Zucchini. I can't remember them all but a bunch of tarts laying around basically. There were also some deep fried tempura looking vegetables and battered fish as well. And a very thick soup thing. I think the latter is a local version of minestrone.
A few chairs and a bemch inside but not much of a eat in place more grab n go.
No idea on the pricing. Its very laid back. He asks how much you want him to cut off each thing and then it all gets weighed together on a scale. I bought 3 good portions of tart and it was 7 euros.
He also seems to speak a bunch of languages and is a freindly guy taking the time to explain every item.
I had heard from another person that this place was great and I found it to be different to expected (I was expecting french quiche) but I feel there is something about this place.
I will certainly be going again.
One thing i'm not sure on is things like soup and battered fish, whether they are served hot or not (all my items were served cold)... I don't think they are. It's bery local and certainly not trying to be fancy which I think is the whole attraction for me.
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