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Reviewed December 7, 2015

A bit off the road, but easy to find with a large terrace and ample parking space this is a typical Spanish restaurant with simple but delicious meals. I had the lomo (fish) with garlic puree (mashed potato with a hint of cheese?) which is...spread evenly over the fish and ovenbaked. It's served with a mix of cooked fresh vegetables. So awesome a dish I'm very sure I'll return just for that! My table companion had as pre-course a baked off shell filled with tasty omelet with mushrooms. Good thing we were warned that this dish contains 6 eggs, so we ordered a smaller portion. As 2nd pre-course the gamba pil-pil (spicy gambas in oil) was also very good, but again quite large. With the bill came 2 chipitos (licor) with compliments of the house and 2 tiny icecream pralines. Service was very friendly, but this is no surprise in Spain. Take cash with you, cause cards are not accepted.More

Date of visit: December 2015
Reviewed March 26, 2015

You should note that the restaurant cannot accept card transactions at the present time. I cannot find out when the machines will work in the future.

Date of visit: March 2015
Reviewed November 7, 2014

Pedro and his staff always have a welcome for you. I can recommend the Langostinos Pil Pil and the Arroz with meat or seafood, both are a treat. The bar stocks a good range of spirits and there are always at least half a dozen...very tasty tapas which are included in the price of a beer.More

Date of visit: September 2014
Reviewed May 13, 2014

When entering this restaurant we were immediately acknowledged despite be fairly busy and asked where we would like to sit. There is plenty of choice, bar, conservatory or even the dining area. The menu del dia has a choice of 4 starters and 4 mains...one of which was fresh tuna! When it arrived it was perfectly cooked and accompanied with FRESH vegetables. There is also a wide variety of tapas available and you can have a cerveza and tapa for 1euro 50, the menu del dia being only 9 euro 50 which includes pudding or coffee. I am allergic to mussels and as everythingis cooked from fresh they simply did not put them in and used a different fish stock. Happy staff ready to listen and advise, go and try it.More

Date of visit: May 2014
Reviewed April 21, 2014

We were met by friendly smiles, seated and asked what we would like to drink. The menu of the day consisted of four choices of starters and the same of mains. I chose carbonara and pork fillet , both were delicious and large portions. My...son chose rabbit which he really enjoyed and found unusual on a menu of the day . Also my daughter in law is coeliac and she was well catered for as they understood fully . We finished with a dessert and it cost us 9 euro 50 each, great value. Highly recommended .More

Date of visit: April 2014
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