I started with a Pulpo Pimenton which was a sauted/grilled octopus but with a strong papirka overtone. The seafood was tender but the dry taste of paprika was less interesting. I tried the Corvina (Sea Bass) Mediterrano which was a flavorful tender fish with a very strong sauce of tomatos, olives , onions... To me, the sauce detracted due to the strong flavor of the tomato, as if tomato paste was used as well as the olives. I did conclude the dinner with tthe Helado die Crema Carnavale which was place rich ice cream.
On the second visit, I tried some of the tapas. The seranno ham was thickly sliced but very good on the crusty bread provided. The Boqerones or fresh anchovies were tart and tender and again another pleasant tapa. The last item was the mussels which was a small bowl with 10 mussels and a meagre sauce to dip the bread into. I finished with a apple crumble which was okay.
The food is well prepared and the service is very polished.
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