This seemed to be the only restaurant in P de P recommended in the Lonely Planet and although I often trust guide book reviews, I am always a bit worried that everyone else has chosen the same place to go. Although it was full of Brits, the staff (who were run off their feet) were patient enough to let me exercise my rusty Spanish (including a tortuous explanation of why they use the word jarra for a bottle of wine...) and not just speak to us in English for convenience. I wasn't made to feel a freak for asking for a seafood paella without any meat (although I'm convinced noone in Spain actually gets the concept of not eating meat) and they couldn't do enough for us. They had the football on, even in the kitchen (would annoy a lot of people but I loved it) and several couples had clearly been there many times before and were treated like old friends. £32 for three courses, a bottle of wine and that level of service is pretty damn good in my book.
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