The restaurant is warm and welcoming. They start by offering a free glass of dry sherry which while well intentioned smelled and tasted like old cork. The food selection is beyond extensive and the menus are available in English. The portions are generous but the quality and preparation is not what you would expect. For example, the onion soup is just that, onion soup, no cheese and the mixed grill fish platter while exceedingly large included one poorly cooked shrimp and a piece of fish that was not that fresh. The champignons in a garlic sauce were tasty but slightly uncooked.
The most disappointing and annoying happening was the waiter’s insistence for a tip. In Germany, like in most European countries, the tip is included in the bill. However, most patrons will reward good service and depending on the number of guests, will add a small additional monetary reward. Many establishments leave a "Tip" line on their bill and most guests from countries other than Europe unknowingly add another full tip.
On the same street with this eatery there are at least three more Spanish restaurants with very similar if not identical menus so, next time I will try my luck elsewhere.
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