Went to this family-run traditional restaurant on recommendation of our hotel and we were given a very friendly welcome. The menu is available separately in Spanish and English and they gave us one of each because they realised I could speak Spanish. The menu was fantastic, including some well-priced 3-course etc menus del día. But we had come here for a traditional paella so decided to stick to our original plan and ordered the paella valenciana. We also tried a starter of smoked sardines which was amazing. The paella was delicious- the best chicken I have ever tasted, rabbit and snails (which, as usual, didn't taste of much!). The waiter told us the way to eat paella is just to dig in with your spoon (!) and use the small plate to cut your meat on. It really was delicious and we had a fresh, local white wine, Mestizaje, to drink with it. Would highly recommend this restaurant.
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