Had dinner at this seafoord restaurant by the sea on the recommendation of our hiking guide. Of the few restaurants on the strip, this one has relatively aging furnitures which would not sit you most comfortably but it does convey a down to earth feel of a fresh seafood place because of the fishes it showed to customers and the octopuses hung right there. I had their deep fried squids and a plate of seafood risotto. Both were reasonably good but not exceptional. It got busier into the night and it may be worth the while to try the next door restaurants as well for more comfort and comparison.
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