Ate here twice during a recent visit. The atmosphere when you eat in the Plaza area is good, (better in my opinion than eating in one of the formal restaurants), with plenty of people watching to do.
Food is pretty good with decent portions, but if you want calamares or boquerone, there are other places who can provide food of the same quality, at a cheaper price.
What we did like and what will take us back again, is the Alubias Langost Alme (that's how it's come out on the bill), which is a clam stew with haricot type beans. Absolutely gorgeous.
The house red wine was disappointing, but their house salad is worth a try. Price wise it was around £17-£20 per head, depending upon if you had beer or wine with your meal. Just makes a 4 due to the stew and outside atmosphere.
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