This was a nice interesting fusion Spanish restaurant (fused with Asian flavours). I went for the salmon tartar for a starter, and cod tamarindo with banana fritters in sesame for main. It might be a bit confusing ordering if you don't understand spanish too well, as the waiter's english is ok and some of the menu options are a little confusing, even though there was an english menu provided. I thought the salmon tatar would be salmon with the mayonnaise-type sauce, but it was salmon cooked in a beef tatar style. I.e. I think it was raw, and marinated in a tangy sauce, it was very tasty, but you should be aware of this if you don't want to eat raw fish. My main was also delicious. The dishes were well presented and the waiter and cook were pleasant. The service was a little slow, but they were also very nice as they had run out of maki, but they made me a little gofio for free as I asked for it, as I heard it was a speciality of the Canaries and it was my last day and had still not tried it.
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