It seems to be a theme in any Spanish city with survives on tourism. Make mediocre food and charge twice what it's worth. The food was fine, the atmosphere and location were great, the service robotic. The croquettas were fair, the seafood risotto was good (not as good as I do at home though), the octopus dish was very good though. We all decided against the "menu del dia" at 25 euro which seemed steep. Looking around, most people were just ordering off the regular menu and sharing.
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