I had high hopes of this restaurant, but it turned out to be pretty mediocre. I speak fluent Spanish, and ordered a pasta puttanesca to share, followed by a solomillo de la casa (also to share). Needless to say (after a long wait) they arrived together. The putanesca sauce was pretty much "in a jar" and arrived at the same time as the solomillo. After we had sent it back, the new fillet was rather good, but came served in the same ghastly "gunge" - over-reduced, and crude. All in all, not a good meal - and you'll pay euros 15.50 for a euros 3.99 Sangre de Torre. The staff (to give them their credit) seemed pretty embarrassed by it all .Avoid!
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