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Amazing restaurant, very close to Museum Reina Sofia. The service was impeccable and the food was delicious! We highly recommend every tapas and the paellas were amazing. Thank you Alex and Jessi !More
Date of visit: March 2021
Lola Sí Mola, Propietario at Lola Si Mola, responded to this reviewResponded 10 April 2021
Thank you very much for your message! It has been a pleasure to have clients like you and see that you have enjoyed it. We love that you have enjoyed our delicious paella
We hope to see you again soon at Lola.
We had a great night with my friends ! Food is great. We had a lot of tapas and we tried all the paellas... everything was good.
Cocktails are also good.
Alex and the waitress ( I don’t remember her name sorry !!) are really...nice and welcoming.
4 of our 4 meals were great. The service by Alex was excellent. We recommend the meatballs, the cheese with pesto, the vegetables with the tomato sauce, the passion fruit cake and the cheese cake. Great experience.
Good price value.
Nice for couples.
We loved the burrata with salmorejo and pesto sauce, the tasty stuffed squids and the meatballs. And the cheesecake with passion fruit covering the top was really delightful.
They have the kitchen opened non-stop from...lunch time to dinner time. That’s is good if you want to have either dinner earlier or lunch later than usual.More
The experience was absolutely fantastic. We ordered seviche vegano, tartar de salmon, burrata con pesto y salsa de tomate. Everything was very tasty. We felt as we were in own home. ALEX is the best host ever. We'll come back for sure
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