Great local food, homemade empanada, best lacon and great seafood. Excellent service, very friendly. Small place, go early.
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We had a great seafood dinner at this restaurant. Seafood paella was excellent. Razor clams, scallops and octopus were all superb. The grappa cake was an excellent way to end the wonderful meal.
Three of us went for dinner. We shared small plates of fried peppers, grilled octopus, grilled prawns, scallops, and a "main course" of steak. Almost everything was done perfectly; we ordered the steak rare, and it arrived cooked to medium...tasty nonetheless, but not quite right....More
Nice cozy place, friendly waiters explain the menu in English, pour more wine than expected and overall make you comfortable. Fish soup is good, the portion is not big. Same for grilled scallops - tasty but small :) Homemade croquettes tasty and quite filling. Local...More
Small place, but nice feel. Good for folk on their own too, not a stuffy restaurant, despite my son being told to take his feet off chair, quite right too!! No good really for veggies (not many places in Spain are). We had the selection...More
Really friendly wait staff and a nice ambience, not too fancy. The one complaint would be that the beef was overcooked. To be fair we never specified how we wanted it done but the waiter didn't ask. My dining companion was convinced it was pork...More
First of all, this little hole in the wall has so much atmosphere- it's absolutely beautiful and modern! We had some wonderful food here and even helped us with the translation of the menu. The coffees were a little on the small side for the...More