This is a good restaurant with consistently good food. Had tapas on the terrace area the other night which were excellent. Went back for a main meal tonight and sat inside this time. It is a large dining area and fortunate to have the tables well spaced out. The decor is really nice.
We were given nice olives to nibble on whilst choosing from the menu. Followed by a wee 'taster' of black pudding in a 'spring roll'. Nice and crispy. This was accompanied by bread which we didnt ask for but had to pay for. Seemingly this happens a lot in spain.
I had curried chicken skewers with mango sauce and cous cous. The chicken was cooked perfectly but i thought the cous cous was a wee bit dry with not quite enough sauce to help it along. Morrocan lamb skewers were delicious and chips were asked for rather than cous cous.
Rice pudding very good. Apple pie and ice cream yummy.
Service excellent. Friendly and attentive waiters. A dropped knife was replaced most efficiently without any of us mentioning it. Most impressed.
Carajillo coffee very good.
We were approximately 80euros for 4 main meals, 1 sweet, 2 specialty coffees, a very nice bottle of red wine, water, couple of beers and a couple of spirit drinks. Plus the bread!
All ended with complimentary shots of baileys and lemoncello.
Definitely recommend this restaurant.
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