We ate a few times whilst staying in pdlc - both at lunch time and in the evening - during the last couple of weeks. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the food was interesting and good value for money. The pizzas are best shared between two and the paella was one of the best we have tried. Will definately go again next time we are in pdlc. The capuchino coffee resembles Teide! It seems to be popular with the locals which says it all.
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