The first meal out of the holiday was brilliant. Although we were wary of trying out the 10 euro set menu, we gave it a go anyway and were not disappointed. There was plenty of choice for the first two courses and lots of fresh seafood on the menu.
My starter was a nice tapas-style plate of mejillones (mussels) and the main course a deliciously messy seafood paella. For dessert, you could have anything you liked as long as it was a bowl of cinnamon ice cream but the good quality and refreshing taste of this made up for the lack of pudding choice (and we were also offered coffee).
Service was polite and friendly but nothing memorable and the views of the beach and the sun setting behind the mountains were fantastic. Would definitely recommend it over the other places along the same street.
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