The wine and salad were nice but the Cod was too tough to chew an definitely not fresh! Very surprising for a supposed fine dining establishment.
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We ordered Paella , sangria , tapas (discounted bec it was world tapas day!) , salpicao.. everything's good :) I also like the old Spanish feel. Come early for parking tho
Best Spanish restaurant in the Philippines but quite pricy Their paella is better than most even in Spain Then they have fantastic pica pica There is NO other restaurant that touches them
I gave this restaurant the fourth star solely on the strength of the tapas garlic prawns, which were delicious! Worth the trip all on their own. The mushrooms were good but the squid was chewy. We shared the fish stew and it was very good...More
It was the first time I tried this resto as recommended by a friend. We ate together. Ordered the black paella, paella valenciana, croquetas, garlic chicken, callos, calamares and saplicado. Everything was done very well. Service was friendly. Will definitely come back.
As I'm from Spain, I don't usually go to Spanish restaurants abroad as they are not good but this one is out of the rule! Some local friends convinced me to try it as they told me it is owned by a Spanish family and...More
It is now some 8 months since we visited what was a regular haunt. After change of management(family related) the service had fallen off , our regular waitress had gone , the menu had changed a and the food was not the same. However after...More
This is spanish restaurant, it's not the best that you can choose. if your expectations are set low then it's ok. But there must be better in manila. Have a music band. The Negra beer was good it's is what can be recommended. I had...More
We had dinner here recently. Surprisingly, we were able to find parking in front of the restaurant. Tried their Paella Valenciana, callos, soup, salad , tapas among others. Everything was great. My only complaint was the scent of the food settled on our clothes which...More