We ate at this restaurant and we have to declare we had a great culinaire time. Fish was quite good and txacolí wine, superb. We've read somewhere that the manager, an old man, isn't precisely a gentleman and this is really the impression we got when seeing him walking around, moving tables, taking free chairs from tables with clients without asking permission or the diplomatic "is it free?" even though you see it IS free. All accompanied with a severe face igiving the sensation hat business is going really bad (during the hour and a half we were there, lots of people were turned down as it was full house and couldn't take up more customers). A young "second manager" (with shaven head) was in charge of the tables outside and we couldn't glimpse a crack of a smile on his face for over two hours. In reality very few of the staff showed any sign of a smile. Food, fine. Smiles, none.
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