This is a very traditional Spanish seafood tapas establishment, very rustic, not a posh place but definitely worth a visit.
It's used by lots of Spanish so that should speak for itself.
The food is great, freshly cooked to order, really tasty authentic food all swilled down with the white house wine (Casa) light & fruity, great value at 6 euros a bottle, excellent value.
We loved the black tomato salad, pil pil prawns, fried mixed fish & seafood kebab. Wasn't so keen on the paella though.
We found this gem last year, so glad we returned to try again.
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