We liked the look of El Diez and it was very busy with locals (despite only being Wednesday night) so it had a great atmosphere.
The waiters were very friendly and quick to take our order, bring us our drinks and complimentary bread rolls, and serve our food. I had penne pasta which was average but the burgers looked good. The house wine was very tasty, and everything was very reasonably priced.
Overall it was a lovely place to eat and I'd go back again.
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