The food was elegantly plated, and the chef came to greet us personally. We tried the Green pepper prawns and potatoes for our appetizers; the sauce on the prawns was spicy and delightful, and the potatoes reminded me of a warm potato salad in the US - both a delicious start to the meal. They serve a generous glass of sangria, a nice change from wine itself, and tasty. The tuna with asparagus was a piece of art when it came to the table, and I appreciated the server asking how well I would like it prepared. The vegetable paella was delicious with saffron spice. Topping it off with chocolate mousse and creme caramel with cappuccino - a wonderfully relaxing little place with friendly and helpful staff (they called us a cab back to the center of town); we will definitley visit again.
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