I think we went on a bad day which I am taking into consideration as we had such high hopes and knew some of the people who had given it five star reviews. Sacha is not the easiest restaurant to find even with GPS as it is at the rear of where it should be and is hidden away in a corner when you do find the right side of the building.
On entering everything looks great, small but cosy, busy and traditional. We had two fluent Spanish speakers in our party so there was no excuse for misinterpretation or confusion but that's what happened. We asked for several starters which were mysteriously unavailable and so asked for a selection that the waiter would recommend. The result was disappointing, yes the tomato bread is good but not €15 good. The anchovies were good not salty and the tortilla with chorizo was beautifully cooked but not memorable.
For the mains we ordered the Gallo which was good but not great, the solomillo which was excellent and the lamb with marrow which was very good indeed, the lasagne was extremely average.
Desserts were decent but we felt rushed throughout. Everyone was happy with the wines selected by the waiter and it was noted that they didn't push us to choose expensively.
Good but not great. I would try again as I'm sure it would be far better.
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