My daughter and myself were walking past the restaurant, when as mentioned in previous reviews, we were approached by 2 English speaking waiters, inviting us into their restaurant. No pressure though. We said we wanted to look around and carried on.
We did decide to go back as it was reasonably close to our apartment.
We were served by Araceli, whose English was not so good, but with help from the original 'doorman' we were recommended the Sirloin and country potatoes (chips infused with onion and garlic). Chips were lovely, as was the steak. We did ask for it to go back as it was slightly rarer than we wanted, but this was done without fuss.
Araceli looked after us very well, with a pleasant smile, and despite her lack of English and my daughter's reasonable Spanish, we managed to communicate our requirements fine.
They had a guitarist the evening we were there, and my only gripe, was that he was a bit too loud for us to have an audible conversation.
But overall, sensibly priced, and a nice chilled feel to the place.
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