This is a very cosy restaurant at the water front, and they deliver really the best Pulpo a la Gallega I've ever eaten!. They also have a high standard whine cellars with exquisite selection of local wines and others from around the World, but mainly Spanish and form the Island. Although they were closed when I visited in January, I recall a great experience. Service is also good.
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