Time Out says
Just a few hundred yards uphill from the tip of the harbour awaits cuisine that you’d walk much farther for. The sheltered terrace has no spectacular vistas: the most interesting sight is the wood-fired grill, and the fresh fish sizzling on it. There’s a big kitchen inside too, ready with a range of seafood, including scallops, sea snails and other lovely shell-dwellers. They’re famous for their brodet, with thick tomato sauce and a wealth of fish and seafood. Charming servers make you feel at home. It’s easy to see why this place is a favourite among locals.