Only reason I'm not giving one star is that the sangria and starter I had were very good (the peppers with tuna and veg). The rest of the food was all very disappointing. I had the mushroom tortellini and couldn't eat a lot of it...More
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Let me begin by saying that the location is fine (although it is on the loudest street) and the service is okay, but the overall quality of the food is just poor. Disclosure: I'm American (judge me if you want) but I do appreciate good...More
We enjoyed various tapas, ranging from the well known albondigas to various calamares dishes and anchovies to mixed iberico ham/sauchicon platter. The kids enjoyed hot dogs/chicken nuggets with French fries. A very good service and excellent price/quality balance!
We stopped here on a Monday night in late September mainly because everything else seemed to be shut. The restaurant is on the main pedestrian street, so people watching is easy from here, although not on dark night late in the season. We ordered about...More
Have eaten here a couple of times. Salads are great and the restaurant is in a good location. Staff get a bit pushed when it's busy but food is good.
We visited on a Sunday afternoon, 4 adults and 3 young children (4, 3 & 18mo) A table was arranged for us and we were bought the menus which were explained to us, highlighting the children's meals. There was also a 'Menu del día' which...More
Although the outside terras looks fine, food and service was very poor. We ordered "Mountain and See", which was supposed to be a local specialty. This dish is a combo of Chicken and (small) lobster served with a seafood sauce. After only 5 minutes we...More
The food was terrible and as a group of six, we were served one by one over 20 minutes, so nobody ate together. The waiters were rude, cocky and not at all service minded. Lastly we paid 10% more than stated on the card because...More