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Simple place but also good prices. Glass of white wine 1-1,5€. Fresh sea food. You can have a dinner with wine for 10€ per person. However, they cook in advance and use microwave oven to warm the food.
Date of visit: October 2018
gianni c, Proprietario at El Bacaro, responded to this reviewResponded October 21, 2018
Jammed packed with locals when we visited so went a few nights later, food was fantastic, didn't like the majority of what was offered on the menu as it was mainly fish or rabbit, however the pumpkin soup thing was to doe for! As was...More