We went to Cruix for a light dinner, after deciding not to go with the 10 course tasting option. We shared the cod churros, duck crocquetas (which were insanely delicious), the fish tartar and the garlic prawns with rice. Whilst the portions here are a lot smaller than most other restaurants and more costly, we thoroughly enjoyed our meal at Cruix. The staff were very friendly, and to top the meal off we had the bad day at the beach dessert and the apple tarte Tatin which was incredible. I’d recommend this restaurant for a different take on tapas, everything is beautifully cooked and presented.
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