Food nothing special staff very slow with taking the orders. Standard of food not very good. Basic food not tasty at all.
1 - 10 of 275 reviews
Ordered olives, fried peppers in rock salt, garlic bread and meat and veg paella and we were not disappointed. Excellent service from Sergio and only annoyed we didn't eat there sooner as we only went on our second last day!
Ate here during our stay. Staff fab but food let it down. Ordered prawns in garlic but they arrived with a thick layer of skin on top... obviously been sat for a while. The garlic they had been cooked in was burnt and black so...More
Ate here a few times whilst on holiday. Tapas is really good and the steak and shoulder of lamb is outstanding. Desserts delicious and the wine reasonably priced and excellent. Staff efficient and friendly enough without intruding. Highly recommended.
We had an amazing dinner in this restaurant with my mother! The plates was extremely big, delicious and absolutely fresh! We enjoyed our dinner there!
We went as a last night treat as it was recommended by other trip advisor reviews. Food was great. Quick, tasty and reasonably priced. Staff were efficient but a bit robotic and not as friendly as mentioned in other reviews. Definitely worth a visit though
Had a wonderful Paella here. It was very tasty and extremely generous in size. It was a paella for two but would easily have fed three people. Service was excellent and wine was also first class.
Our family visited the restaurant and had a nice dinner. Our children had their homemade burger which was very juicy and tasty. We had some different tapas and were all together satisfied. The atmosphere was nice and cozy.
We ate here three times it was so good. Tried the local fish cherna. It was great. my wife had suckling lamb perfectly cooked. Also had paella and tapas. By far the best anywhere. Friendly and not too expensive. Wish we were staying longer.
This place does an amazing steak just brilliant. My girlfriend who is celiac thoroughly enjoyed her salmon on mash too. The daiquiris are huge so avoid if you fear brain freeze. Tapas were a little too oily for our liking but that’s Spain for you....More