Very pleasant place in a nice square right by the cathedral and museum, with tables outside and well-presented interior. Service was excellent - attentive and as quick as you'd want, although it was fairly quiet on the lunchtime we went.
Food, though decent, was generally uninspiring. The lunchtime menu looked reasonable value at £13.95 for 2 courses and £16.95 for 3, but the quantities were generally poor - for example the fishcake (main) was not large and came with nothing more than a fairly ordinary salad. The chicken paella, whilst quite a tasty dish, was really not a paella at all - rather a spicy rice dish with 2 not very big pieces of marinaded chicken.
I guess you have to expect fairly high prices in such a location, but I'd also expect decent quantities. Could be really good but didn't make it.
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