The restaurant is on a side street just away from the sea front and when we visited, in August 2013, were one of only two tables being served that evening. The other table, who were also English, were clearly regulars and welcomed as such. It may have been the slightly higher prices or the location that kept people away but the service was impeccable, discrete, yet attentive and the food was outstanding. The dining area was beautifully decorated with stained glass and a tiled ceiling, which when lit with blue lighting, gave you a sense of dining under the sea itself! This may sound crass but it was lovely and made for a very calm, relaxing dining experience.
We were served a complimentary glass of Cava to enjoy whilst perusing the menu. I ordered prawns followed by the sole, which was offered boned and both were cooked beautifully. Other dishes sampled this evening were the monk fish, which was definitely worth trying, as was the veal which my daughter enjoyed so much she wasn’t keen on us tasting! I finished with the crepe suzette, definitely 1970’s and definitely not Spanish, but very lovely and worth the trip down memory lane.
This restaurant is worth a visit for the food, the décor and the service.
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