Literally a spicy "punch!" If you like Sangria, they make it with rum and triple sec. It will make your head spin. I had shrimp in a green sauce served with saffron rice, and my husband had paella. The food was tasty, the seafood fresh, although the mundane-included salad was drenched in a too-tangy dressing. There are 10-12 tables in the main dining room, and the place shows its age and is fairly drab, but it is part of the charm. My husband liked his meal so much he returned two nights later with business colleagues.
Tip: the meals are very large. My husband and I could have easily split his paella or my shrimp dish.
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