This will go down in history for us as one of our top ten meals.
We started with fresh calamari, small baguettes with dipping oils and fish cakes. The fish cakes were so delicious we ordered another portion. Our 11 year old daughter had fresh locally caught fish lightly fried (no batter) with hand cut chips and fish cakes also. We moved on to sharing a caesar salad before our main course which was lobster paella. the lobster we chose live from the tank as we came in. To complement the meal we enjoyed 2 bottles of white rioja. All for 65 euros. Would definitely go again and again and again!
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