We had a really good lunch. Excel-lent food and fantastic treat. We had sunday's menu, wich is very complet for a very reasonable price. We'll come back again!
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I was there with my wife. We both had something that was a house speciality, I had bacalo and my wife a duck confit. Both were really good, on of the best meals we had this summer in our visit to Spain.
Seafood, paella, local food,.... Everything is speciall here. Can bolet paella is really good, not tasteless. Children's burger is home made All seafood was incredible. Be patience, no rush, relax with a nice wine or homemade sangria. Everyone and every language welcomed.
We noticed that this restaurant has high rating on Tripadvisor and we we expected something really good. But the food was very much the same like in many other restaurants. Paella that we ordered was extremely salty, but when we complained the waiter removed it...More
Absolutely amazing choice of seafood dishes, great wine card and excellent service. Been to that place several times and definitely coming back again! P.S. The Andalusia olives they serve with tomato carpaccio and cheese are the best ones I've ever tasted.
We were a large group, seated outside in a narrow alley. We took a menu for 20 euros each with excellent starters, huge seafood paella, dessert and house wine. Excellent service and delicious food!
This restaurant is what you imagine when you see a fishing village or any beach place when you think about really tasting the local traditional dishes only an abuela can cook here is the place to go. Order the Octopus with Rum, and they fish...More