We visited this restaurant in Oct 2012. I has very little knowledge of what to expect but was pleasantly surprised. When we arrived a bottle of cava was presented (no charge) and then the courses kept coming. The meal started with the speciality ham and tomato bread then there were seven fish courses. Don't be frightened as all were very light. The meal ended with a choice of meat or more fish. We chose the lamb which was very good. We took our 15 year old daughter who also enjoyed the food. However the food is highly seasoned. We felt it was too salty and buttery for our taste. This did distract a little from the freshness of the fish. We also asked one waiter for two glasses of red wine to go with the lamb, we were offered a half bottle of Rioja for 40 euros. We did, in the end, get two glasses of very good Rioja for 3.50 euros. This restaurant is expensive but we thought that a similar menu would be the same price or more in the UK.
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