To the point, food was great and the ambiance excellent, the attention as well and it´s well worth the price. However I think that due to the timing and also due to the types of food, it´s not really a brunch but rather an early lunch (for Spanish people).
They open at 13:30, so unless you are not me....you´ve got to have had breakfast before, ( there´s no way I´m going to wake up even let´s say at 11am and then wait until that time to have a first meal)...normally brunches should be starting around 11ish tops? Additionally, there was very little breakfast food (I seem to recall some eggs somewhere).
Anyways, they had calamari with rice that was awesome and also they had bogavantes (type of lobster), they have a guy right there cutting jamón serrano, paella, cochinillo and all great Spanish delicacies. You get your fill with cava or beer (I´m sure there are more options but that´s what I had), the waiters are good and everything is accompanied with a pianist playing nice music in the back (sorry no lady Gaga). Most of the people attending were locals.
It was a great experience and would return but I would definitively would eat my breakfast before ;-)
I heard that kids are half price but did not ask up to what age.
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