We went to Restaurante Messina back in 2008, and circumstances have stopped us returning.
We went to see our daughter in Spain at Christmas and on our last night we asked if she would drive us to this Restaurant.
To cut a long story short, it was even better than we remembered...if that is possible. And, the Chef's Wife can speak English even better than before, although our daughter chatted quite happily, and at length, to her in Spanish.
The only drawback, was that the pudding, Vesuvius, was not on the Menu, but it didn't matter as every mouthful was absolutely delicious.
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