Very friendly staff, but the food is not good. The vegetable soup and the gazpacho were pretty bad, the sea bass and the lamb chops barely average. Better places around. The cheese was nice though.
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Ideal place for lunch or a drink to watch the world go by. Very friendly and attentive waiting staff. Large portions of simple, tasty Spanish food.
Virtually at the top of the hill, nice restaurant with tables inside and rather more outside. Handsome plate of cheeses given to us when we ordered our finos- menu of tapas, demi-racion and racion; we ordered a selection of the smaller amounts, with a pleasant...More
A few of us had lunch here today of various tapas Lots of food and delicious. The owner as stated by other reviewers is extremely friendly. We went back for drinks in the afternoon. It has tables out on the street and is a great...More
The food here is wonderful, the pimientos our favorite, and the melon as well. But the real star here is the owner; gracious, attentive, friendly. We shall return. There are many fine restaurants here, but this is one of the best
Stopped there on a cold night with wife and kids. We had some paellas and my youngest one had a burger from their kids meal. A few tinto de verranos and beers to go with the meal and finished by a nice flan de hueve...More
Nice place to sit and watch tourists go by. Food is good. Our waiter was a joy: very attentive and friendly.
My husband and I passed this restaurant and sat down to have a drink and some tapas. We enjoyed the spinach croquettes and decided to return for dinner. I had the fish with salsa verde and the creme caramel and a glass of lovely sangria....More