Three of us went for lunch. We ate in the downstairs dining area. We ordered one appetizer and arroz con mariscos (rice with seafood) for three. There was a really nice selection of these paella-like dishes. The food was very good but expensive. The waiter brought and set down another appetizer that we didn't order, which we (perhaps naively) thought was included with lunch since we didn't ask for it. It wasn't. It was an excellent fish pate and we ate it all, so we didn't mind paying for it, but some people might. They also charged for the basket of bread and crackers. Our waiter was very good. So overall this is a highly recommended restaurant. Just be aware they don't give you anything for free.
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