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Does this restaurant have an adapted menu for customers with dietary intolerances?YesNoUnsure
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Restaurant Pata Negra , We chose a selection of plates to share between us...The pescadito were plump, well cooked, delicious..As were the calamares and cazon (deep fried dogfish spiced whit cumin) .we also tries a «house speciality» smallslices of toast with a creamy, garlic infuse...More
We rang for a reservation after reading some good reviews on trip advisor but the owner said he will accommodate for 2's.
True to his word he gave us a great table. We weren't overly hungry so we opted for some ham, bread and prawns...More
This French own restaurant is a typical tourist trap. The beer and wine is cheap, the food is less than good and the service and the ambient is very shabby. Add to it a very loud and “know it all boss” and you get Pata...More