This lovely little tapas restaurant is a real find. It's a bit of a way from the main tourist area, which is not a bad thing. It's run by a friendly husband and wife team. He does the mains, she the desserts. All of it is really very tasty indeed—particularly when accompanied by good-value wines by the glass. Veggies will love the salads. Greens with pear, blue cheese, and a walnut vinaigrette are full of zesty flavor, and warm red cabbage with mascarpone, gorgonzola, raisins, pine nuts, and balsamic vinegar is similarly good. Other highlights include squid ink spaghetti with garlic and grilled scallops, and duck breast with chutney and yucca chips. Unsurprisingly, it gets very busy and there are only 10 or so small simple tables. Head here early to avoid disappointment or call ahead and make a reservation. Menus are available in English, and most of the staff speak it, too.