When the sun shines it is best to sit outside on the patio at the rear of the restaurant - especially in the evening when it is well-shaded. We had several courses of tapas (tasty if a little oily) and a bottle of red. The service was infrequent but courteous (probably better if you sit inside) and bill seemed reasonable after an evening's merriment. Not a regular haunt, but a refreshing change.
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