We have been visiting L'Era for about a decade, and it is very near the top of our "must visit" list. It is typically Spanish in that it is noisy and lunch happens at a fairly leisurely pace, but the food is wonderful. We have a paella mixta, (seafood and meat) usually for about 10 of us. The arrival of the huge pans is theatre in itself. They are happy to allow visits to the kitchen where you can see the food cooking on wood fires. Tips: book in advance, particularly in summer, and give the chicken livers a try as a starter.
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