We ate lunch on a Sunday Special and had mixed feeling about our meal and the venue.
Very strange sensation walking into this place as it is very tired, old and not so clean. Must have been a site in its heyday though!
When we arrived upstairs the place was near empty but quickly filled with Spanish families who looked like regulars which gave the place a nice atmosphere.
The Paella was not great nor a dry overpriced pork dish but the Tapas meatballs and prawns were good as of course was the Sangria.
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