Castillo is quite large and has a very pleasant interior. Service is good and friendly. Restautant was packed which usually is a good sign. However, for the positive notes, that is about it.... The red house wine is very low quality and served tapid and it didn't get better after that. We probably should haved limited ourselves to golden oldies like burritos, tacos or tortillas but we didn't and ordered two mexican dished that you don't come across that often: swordfish , and stew topped with cheese melt. The stew-with-cheese was really only no more than that and after a couple of bites there's really nothing more to discover and, although not bad, the dish becomes quite dull. The swordfish can only be described as uneatable: two triangle shaped fishpatties tasting like they come straight from the freezer of a cheap supermarket. Leathery, tasteless fish meat floating in an acceptable sauce of tomato, courgette and other veggies. Coffee was good though, but that is not enough to save the meal.
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