Is the first place to have a coffee, tea or hot chocolate (or a soft drink) on entering the village. They make homemade soups made with local produce, baked potatoes and a wide variety of snacks and sweets. Not exactly haute cuisine, but it is an option to consider for a breakfast or light meal at a low cost. Interestingly this place lets local residents exhibit second-hand items of artists from the island, so we can usually find by the door a collection of used books, paintings, postcards and other objects. The elderly owners will surprise you with their sympathy or comments about the latest developments on the island. If you arrive first thing in the day or if you want to rest or have a snack, this place is the right choice.