We arrived to an empty restaurant & were promptly told no seating was available but they would allow us to sit outside. We were overlooking a cyclone fence with razor wire, smelly wet plastic potted plants & a parking lot...we told them, either we sat inside or we would leave. A rude waiter begrudgingly sat us in a dark corner with a disgusting look. Ok, we can deal but were getting very perturbed. We ordered sangria but were told that the only way we would get sangria was to order a very expensive bottle of wine. That was it. We got up and left letting them know that we would be posting this review. The restaurant is dark, old fashioned, stuffy. We went because of some of the reviews we read here. Bad idea. We walked next door to Jaleo. Super atmosphere, great food, lovely service,
If you want beautiful, bright, fresh spaces where you are treated graciously go to Luna, Segunda Muelle or a rare treat where locals attend - Habbito-best paella ever with a scrumptious gin & tonic made with tropical fruit!!
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