We possibly tainted our experience somewhat by not speaking enough Spanish as our first waiter could not understand English he called upon another, he seemed quite frustrated...I can understand that, as he was the only one who could serve the many English speakers. When I asked if we could have a table, he gestured to a free table and looked as though we were thick for not just sitting down.
We ordered a beer and juice, the tapas lottery gave us fried rice, which was very good. The beer on tap, the cheapest I assume, is quite bad.
After waiting for someone to come by, clear the plates, ask if we want something else, as they were doing for others... I was forced to waive down the waiter, he served us from a few metres away. The food came out quickly. bread was decent. The fried baby squid was bland. Mushrooms in garlic were horrible, they were drenched in an oily, very salty, slightly garlic sauce, they were ok on bread, but once that ran out they were very hard to eat solo.
Being somewhat full but far from satisfied we left, the price was more than what we paid for 9 much tastier (though smaller) tapas and 6 drinks the night before ... I'd avoid.
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