I have mixed feelings about this place. It is located in a narrow cozy alley, tables on the street, covered with paper cloth - looks really unpresumptious and nothing in its design or location indicates haute cuisine. But don't be fooled by it, the place kind of is both in terms of quality of food and prices. And yes nobody speaks Spanish so we couldn't read the menu and to complicate things only few courses from a long list were available - I presume whatever they catch in Cadiz that day. We had the freshest shrimps and crab claws you can imagine and a bottle of wine and paid around 200 Euros for 4 people. It's probably worth it, I just wish there were some signs of the price level.The service is impeccable.
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