This restaurant is set high atop a rocky cliff at the edge of the old town. Walk in boldly and bypass the less desirable tables in the narrow dining room. Near the back, you'll find a staircase that meanders down onto a terrace perched atop jagged rocks, just above sea level and overlooking the fortifications on either side of the old port. If a table is available, this is where you should sit. Menu items are well prepared, albeit relatively predictable in light of the roughly equivalent food served in the town's other restaurants. A tangy mussel soup might tempt you before you proceed to the mixed grill of either fish or meat. The house-style tagliatelle is understandably a local favorite, served with a well-flavored mussel and cream sauce. You can also order another pasta dish, farfalle with tuna roe.