At 9 pm on a Sunday evening, we were the only customers at the restaurant, cheek by jowl with the Seville FC football stadium. We ordered two main dishes and two desserts.All were very well presented on slate platters.The prawn ensaladilla, a mixture of prawns and mashed potato was nigh on perfect but the risotto with foie gras was short on cooking time, the rice still slightly hard. The only rose wine on the menu was not available, but the substitute offered was most acceptable.The desserts were a tiramisu, which again was excellent, but the iced lemon and champagne punch,basically a lemon sorbet, in a champagne flute for 4 euro was a bit of a disappointment.Service was very attentive, but as I said, the place was empty! Overall, very good but let down by smallish things.Reviewers have good things to say about their tapas, so it might be better to stick with that.
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