We went here after recommendation. There was no welcome greeting and had to find our own table.. Had to eventually call waiter over to ask questions about menu. When my main course arrived it was not warm enough. My husband's was piping hot. When mentioning this there was no problem taking it away and heating it up. Mine should have come with chips and veg, but veg was missing. I didn't mention.
My main complaint was the bill. We had asked what the Soup of the day was. (4 euros 50 cents on the table menu and on the outside menu.) It was fish soup which we both love. It was really tasty, could have done with some bread, but later realised if you want bread you have to ask and pay for it! When the bill came we had been charged 6 euros 50. We pointed this out and were told the price was correct. We showed him the price on the menu for Soup of the Day and he waffled some story about that was only if it had been something like tomato, and that Gazpacho and fish etc was dearer, even although it actually named gazpacho on the menu as being 4 euros 50 cents.
It was the principle of the thing but I am not rude enough to argue about a few euros in front of other tables, so we just paid and left. We were made to feel very uncomfortable. As far as I am aware in UK it is illegal to advertise a price and charge another, and it may possibly be so in Spain. Spoiled what could have been an ok evening meal.
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