We passed this restaurant earlier in the day where some women recommended the paella. We returned at 9 p.m. And ordered the mixed paella for two. It came in a large traditional dish and had some clams, shrimp, pork, mussels. We were served about half of the dish with the remainder left at our table.. The waitress returned later and asked if we were ready to be served more. We were eating later than usual for us,mand we preferred to take the rest home for lunch the next day. Our poor Spanish and her poorer English crossed and she threw out the balance. Since this cost 35 euro, we were disappointed. We later saw similar paella being served in other restaurants for 20 to 25 euro. In addition, a10% tax was added. In other places, the tax was included in the published price.We had only water with our meal, and that was another 2,5€ for a half liter. After our paella was removed, we decided to at least eat the bread. Surprise. The waiter counted the slices we ate out of the bread basket and charged us for what we thought was part of the dinner. We did not know that practice--we are accustomed to bread brought to the table being part of the meal cost. 2 slices of bread were another 3,5€. So for a half order of paella, a slice of bread each and a shared half liter of water, we had a bill of 46,7€ before tip or about $60 US. If the paella had been exceptional, ok, but it was bland and contained very little seafood. We did get complimentary small plate appetizer that was good. If you are not very proficient in Spanish (or French for the one server), you will have difficulty ordering what you wish. We would urge you to avoid this place. The same views are available from the walk.
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