Went for lunch and found several tables reserved so we sat at the bar. Not a big deal, but the reserved tables were still empty when we left. While waiting, they served very small complementary portions of tortilla (quite good) and thinly sliced Spanish ham (a different kind of taste - almost like perfume). Then, a tray of dry bread was served with olive oil in pre packaged plastic containers similar to coffee creamers. We ordered two dishes: (1) a tavern style potato gratinee, which consisted of small potatoes sitting in a tomato reduction sauce smothered with mozzarella style cheese and (2) an eggplant/zucchini plate, again covered with cheese. Both were very good but no better quality than found in North American food chains. Small portions of good but basic white wine were poured at 2 Euros a glass. The total bill was 30 Euros. I feel that we can do better and that this restaurant is over rated. I realize that this opinion is not consistent with previous reviews but wish to point out that my spouse and I are not fussy or over critical eaters and that we have eaten in many countries around the world.
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