Posted - 12/08/2008 : 10:05:38
| Situated on the front near the Castle between the Capri and Cap D`Or this long established restaurant is very busy with lunchtime visitors but easier to get a decent table at night but , like others on the front , can be quiet out of season
Staff have been here for some years and service is cheerful and efficient.
Occasionally you glimpse the owner who we think , because of his looks and the picture of Tito on the wall , could have originated in old Yugoslavia.
The inside restaurant is long and narrow with about eight tables (Val is impressed with the feminine touch with table decorations,nicely decorated with candles) but for a long lunch , or on a warm evening,the large open area (protected by velum) is the place to sit.
Menu is typical of Tossa (Paella ,Zarzuala ,Lomo etc) but has some interesting dishes and decent pizzas.
Ate twice there last year and had same choice - firstly a starter of pan tostados followed by roast chicken with roasted vegetables and a very interesting pizza special - chicken and sultanas - a change from my pizza tropical st La Grotta!
House red ,beer and two puds came to €42.90.
On our list, not near the top but a good reserve.