Myself and my husband ate here last night. The restaurant is very small, but we were lucky to get the last table. We weren't rushed at all, and as a result we enjoyed a lovely bottle of wine, and a very enjoyable 3 course dinner. We couldn't fault the food.....a selection of homemade tapas to start with - Pil Pil prawns, meatballs and croquettes. For mains, we had sirloin steak (very tender and cooked as requested), and for deserts we had brownie and apple strudel. The lady who served us throughout was so friendly, and did a great job looking after all the diners. This is a small, quaint, Spanish restaurant that pride themselves on good home cooked food at reasonable prices. (56 euros in total) We were very fortunate that we managed to find it, and dine here.
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