Fairly nice restaurant with decent food and a homey sort of feel. The olives and bread were pushed on us (no big deal- I am used to that in Portugal) BUT despite my decent Spanish we were served additionally a plate of charcuterie and cheese that were presented as if they were a gift yet on the bill they were 14.50 Euros (when the main dishes were only 10 Euro).
I know it was not language mixup and I resent being taken for a stool pigeon "tourist".
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