We had the menu del dia, it was more expensive than other menus we've had, but it was a treat.
We were given a bottle of Rioja crianza to go with our starter of prawns with spaghetti, the main course of bacalao in tomato and pepper sauce with boiled potatoes. We both had desserts as part of the menu, I had a sort of custard of the house, and my husband had an ice cream, even though it wasn't part of the deal they didn't charge us more.
This menu is 18 euros each. The staff are attentive and helpful, we don't eat meat and they made the spaghetti with prawns specially instead of the bolangnese that it should have been
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