I went to this restaurant based on the nice TA reviews. It was an easy walk from the Hotel Intercontinental. Ambience was quite nice, and it has a fair wine selection. Be advised, the menu is in Spanish, so brush up on your fish and meat vocabulary before you go! I, unlike other reviewers, had no complaints about the service. Our waiter was not the most friendly, but sufficiently attentive. FYI I did dine early in the "dinner time frame" (7pm.) Our food, however, was not up to par. We did enjoy the bread basket. I had the vodka pasta with salmon. It was so salty as to be inedible. I was able to eat the peas in the sauce, but I left nearly all the noodles, and the salmon was very fishy and over salty as well. The side dish of the creamed spinach is the only thing that saved my meal, and it was quite good. The frutti di mare pasta cleverly came in a paper pouch. That cooking method should keep the fish from getting overdone, but the calamari was somehow a bit too rubbery for my taste. The flavor/seasoning was nice on the di mare. La Posta is one one of the more expensive restaurants for what we got. For price, ambience, and food quality, I prefer Rino's and Tre Scalini.
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