We had promised ourselves an up-market lunch in the fisherman's quarter and had allowed a budget of 60-70€ for the two of us. We were seduced by the outside sunny location, the look of the place itself and the waitress 'on the gate' whose slick patter and friendly demeanour was a work of art in itself - no complaints there: she did her job very well. As we were considering whether or not to use this as our 'posh nosh' destination, she offered us a card giving 20€ off the bill if we spent 80€ or more (bring the meal in line with our plan). We took our table outside in the sunshine and ordered a bottle of wine. The restaurant's 'main man' came out & poured it for us and indulged us in some Spanish banter - we felt very happy with the service at that point. Our first shared starter had seemed too good to be true at a misleading 2€ on the menu.....and it was - the croqueta magatze were delicious but were infact priced at 2€ EACH - and we were served 6 of them, so 12€ down and none-the-wiser. The shared mussels were gorgeous but our main course dish (paella) was disappointing and rather small. Main man then offered us dessert which we declined but he insisted that he would bring us over a special dessert to share along with a coffee which seemed reasonable enough but which tipped the bill over into scary territory - 108€!! 20€ was deducted as promised in the original sell but we were still a bit shocked. All in all, it was a lovely munch but caution would make us far more careful and less prone to seduction next time!!!!!