We enjoyed everything about the place, food, people, atmosphere. Great time especially when we had a treat of chatting with the three sisters who now own and run this wondeful Valanciano restaurant, established in 1951 by their grandfather.
One is spoiled by the decades of experience of this family.
Such a nice lunch we had, as paella is typically only eaten at lunchtime.
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