Our landlord in Nice listed this place in their book of recommendations. It is almost a stone throw from our flat. The lunch special is paella and a glass of Sangria for 13.50 Euros. The sangria had a spiced wine taste that was unusual but not unpleasant. Sangria is often made with cinnamon but you could really taste it in this. The paella was a massive gut stuffing portion. My husband ordered the paella de mer and I had the paella de terre. Both contained at least 10 succulent mussels (my husbands had even more). The mer included a large king prawn and mine had a whole chicken breast and a third of a chorizo sausage as well. Each was served in a cast iron skillet with bread and lemons that could be freshly squeezed from a handy little device. The food was amazing if not overly plentiful and the service was good. The decor was chic and clearly Spanish. The only complaint was the heat. The interior was air conditioned but we were still dripping sweat throughout the meal. Another nice feature is you can get the paella to go which might be nice for an evening at the beach or a party. Overall it was a pleasant surprise. If you enjoyed this review please check out my travel blog all about the wonderful places and food we visited in Paris and Nice. www.mrsgoofington.blogspot.com
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