The setting of this restaurant isn´t modern. The bar is a bit dark, displaying a couple of lobster aquariums and memorabilia from the founder of the restaurant, a authentic Spanish "torero". His clothes and pictures are on display right beside the live lobsters.
When you walk past the bar, you find yourself in an immitation of a patio, but it lacks some charm, being mostly white and washed in light, not as romantic as one could expect. But as many other traditional restaurants in Sao Paulo, this one too is all about its food and service, not decor.
Everything starts with the "bread and butter" they bring to you as you take your sit. A platter with appetizers that vary from time to time, but may include mussels, anchovies, olives, sweet peppers, are beautifully escorted by the exquisite breads and any appetizer you want to ask from the menu.
Needless to say that seafood here is always fresh and tasty, the main draw being the huge paella that easily serves 6 to 8 people. But not only the paella is good. Fishes, shellfish, octopus and squids, everything is hearty, fresh and delicious. The meal is always wrapped up with a complimentary lime smoothie - light and refreshing.
One might think it´s strange to eat Spanish food in São Paulo, but if you´re ever around here, craving for some lobsters and a very good service on the side, this is the place to go!
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