Nice selection of tapas and mains. Staff are friendly but seem rushed. I'd recommend this place but it comes at a cost
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Been in Playa de la Arena for 2 weeks and this quickly became our favourite place to eat. The food is fabulous, especially the seafood paella, and the staff friendly - taking care of your every need. The Saturday night Flamenco show also worth a...More
Not what I would class as a good restaurant.......the food was ok, the service was not so good. Took an age to get served then they forgot all our drinks. We only dined there once, maybe we picked a bad night, but would not return.
We live in the area and it is a restaurant that we use regularly. Great food with a good variation, suitable for families with young children as well.
Food here was average, served with a lot of olive oil and huge chunks of garlic. It always annoys when one is expected to pay for chips/ potatoes/salad and veg as an extra. Not cheap considering the standard. Also housed in a basement with no...More
Arrived here late on a Friday evening and was made most welcome,we just wanted a fairly light dinner and drinks.We decided on Mussels Mariniere with a portion of papas arrugadas (spuds) and my wife had steak. When the food arrived we were very pleasantly surprised...More
The receptionist of Apartment Los Dragos del Sur recommended us this restaurant. We were looking for a typical spanish cuisine. What a surprise ! I ate the best Baccalao Riojana ever !!! The service was also impeccable and the people were very friendly. We will...More
The coffee I ordered was cold under the top foam upon arrival. The croquettes were not fried well, so we had to send them back. My husband had the octopus. It was pretty bland- literally three ingredients: octopus, oil, chilli powder. The drinks were too...More