I have been to this restaurant numerous times over the last 12 years, and I have always liked their food. This time around, I sampled their fideua and the monkfish - both dishes were excellent. The fideua was cooked just right - the little noodles were soft, but not mushy, and the seafood broth taste in the noodles was simply delicious. The monkfish was excellent too - very fresh and tasty.
Please be careful about ordering red wines there. I know this is not the place to sample the best red wines out there, but still I didn't think that they would serve red wines from older vintage that have gone bad. My friend and I ordered a bottle of tempranillo from Ribera de Duero, not knowing the vintage of the wine (they did not specify on the menu). As my friend was walking to the bathroom, he saw our waiter pull up a bottle of wine from the top shelf in a room with temperature control - and yes, it was probably 30 degrees celcius that day, and you all know how warm the summers are in Sitges. When the waiter brought over that bottle, we saw that it was a 2005. There was no question about that vinegar taste in the wine as we were sampling it. Our original waiter did not seem too happy when we told him that the wine was bad. He flagged another waiter over, who agreed that the wine was bad, and brought out another bottle. even that second bottle had a very slight vinegar taste, but we decided to quit whining. The waiter cooled down the wine for us, which made it more drinkable.
Sorry this review is so wordy. The bottom line - great food, but stay away from red wines from older vintages.
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