'Er indoors and I will be going back to Lassi again on June 8 - so we must like it! Those enquiring about the roads should know that many of the coast roads are windy, steep, are bounded on both sides by cliffs(one side going up and the other going a long way down) and have no crash barriers worth talking about. The tarmac surface is probably the same one that the Brits laid down when we were in occupation and in places resembles a mirror with little traction on the surface should you need to brake. After a shower it's like a skid pan. Having said that, the locals are in no hurry and a lot better drivers than some countries I could name. So my advice is take a leaf out of their book and drive at a leisurely pace (taking in the fabulous scenery) especiaslly if it has been raining!
Enjoy your holidays - I know we will.
Excellent meal and service. This is probably close to the Gondola in the best restaurant stakes. All in all we could not fault it.
A very busy restaurant which gives the impression that it must be good. To be honest it is really about average. When things are a bit quiet the service, particularly after your main course, slows down and the reverse appears to happen if they have people waiting. The restaurant therefore always appears full.
The food is OK but not the best in the area and its prices are at the top end of the market. For this I would have expected something a bit special.
Food was OK but probably the most expensive by comparison to all the restaurants in Lassi. You will get better value for your money at La Gondola or Monte Nero. We were not there on a music night so presumably this would give you added value.
The one near the square has good food and service at average prices. The scores given reflect this It is particularly good on music nights but either book or arrive early to ensure a table.
The newer restaurant on the seafront is below average by comparison with very average food and slow service. Not recommended.