The restaurant is pleasant enough with a garden and patio at the back. Furniture is a little worn on the patio but comfortable enough. Service was friendly and efficient.
We had a 2 person paella and a couple of soft drinks for 20000 pesos. The paella was creamy and a generous portion although the mussels and clams were not great quality. We found it a little bland. The ambience was spoilt by a few children running around the outdoor seating area, but that isn´t so much the restaurant´s fault than the parents.
There is a weekly lunch menu and tapas is served. Portions looked relatively big but match the price. We saw a family with lasagne, not looking good, and two meat dishes, which looked better. With Eladio just a round the corner, I doubt we will return.
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