We visited on a Monday lunch time in June. We arrived at about 1.15 and there was hardly anyone in but it was much busier by the time we had finished, I think with mostly Spaniards. We had wanted to have a proper traditional paella in a proper traditional restaurant and that is what we got. The owner greeted us (4 adults, a 3 year old and a toddler). He was very friendly and welcoming as was the waitress. We had bread and ali oli and then a seafood paella which took about 35 minutes to cook. The food was really good and very filling. The white wine was very good too.
Although the place seems quite small there is more room at the back where there are three large tables. We enjoyed it a lot and would definitely go back.
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