Massively busy lunchtime meal. Waiters spot on and food was beautiful. The tables a little tight but when the Spanish are in full flow it adds to the experience! Decent house wine!
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We were recommended to visit here by a close relative who came over 25 years ago! Same family running for a very long time & it shows. Highly professional owner & staff who were very pleasant & accepting of the fact we had limited Spanish!...More
We have eaten here several times and we have have always been very happy with both the food and the service. It is one of our favourite restaurants in the area and we recently celebrated our wedding anniversary here. The staff are courteous and helpful....More
We went for dinner to enjoy the sunset and the amazing views. The place is very romantic, and the food tasted real authentic. We were offered an appetizer, and we also ordered fried eggplant with cane honey, salmon, and chicken skewers. Everything was delicious, the...More
Not sure what people expect when the come to the most picturesque and famous restaurant ... Of course it's going to be busy, of course the waiters are going to be dashing about, but that's all part and parcel. What you have to ask is...More
The staff were really good, we tried out our limited Spanish, they were patient in explaining the menu. The tuna I wanted would normally be just lightly grilled but the waiter said it would be cooked as I wanted it. We were a party of...More
First time back here in a few years and the food and service is a lot better and the location remains equally wonderful. The menu del dia is good but not great - however it does have more diversity compared to other local restaurants.
We - a party of eight - had dinner at this restaurant during our two week vacation in Andalusia. We all ordered different dishes but agreed that this was the worst food of the whole stay. To make things worse we realized that they had...More