My husband and I often have a walk along the promenade and call there for lunch. Its also great on a summers evening. Go for the tapas. They are just lovely. We did take friends there and had a meal, it was OK, but there is better to be had elsewhere. The meals are also quite expensive. The tapas though are great. And, reasonably priced. There's lovely prawns and tuna on crusty bread, beautifully constructed. Go inside to choose them. The menu is in Spanish. We always have four to six and share them. However, I can highly recommend the anchovy lasagne. It is absolutely gorgeous, and believe me, you will not want to share it.
Sit outside, inside is noisy and cavernous. There are two areas outside, tables for the tapas and tables for the full meals. Make sure you sit in the tapas area.
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