There is no doubt the atmosphere upon entry will delight. The space is mixed with al fresco dining, interior formal and casual spaces and high quality bathrooms. Parking is challenging, you have to comb the narrow streets looking for whatever you can find. Food quality is quite good, although portion size vs. value for money is debatable for certain dishes. Service was fine but as always in Spain, you need to be assertive as waiters do not clear plates or check by tables much here. Worth a look even for a drink if you are passing through or over-nighting in El Molar.
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